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Ex-senator’s staff to be compensated $498K for harassment, abuse

October 14, 2020 The Canadian Press

OTTAWA – The Senate of Canada will pay nearly half a million dollars in compensation to nine employees of a now-resigned senator who say they suffered harassment, including sexual harassment, on the job. The decision today to award $498,000 in

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Court approves settlement for women suing RCMP over discrimination

March 11, 2020 Colin Perkel - THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO – A group of women won final court approval on Tuesday for their multimillion-dollar class action against the RCMP over gender-based abuse and discrimination. The open-ended settlement will allow each plaintiff to claim between $10,000 and $220,000 – depending

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Renewed calls for independent body to probe sports harassment and abuse

November 29, 2019 Laura Kane - THE CANADIAN PRESS

VANCOUVER – Amid a reckoning in the NHL and mounting allegations of abuse and harassment in university sports, athletes are renewing a call for an independent body to probe complaints and oversee a universal code of conduct. Former Olympic skier

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How harassment lawsuit ruling affects insurers

March 28, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

Despite a recent ruling that harassment is not a free-standing tort in Ontario, corporate clients and their brokers still need to view harassment accusations as a serious liability risk. In Merrifield v. The Attorney General, released in 2017, Justice Mary Vallee

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Workplace harassment policies should include non-employees, risk manager says

February 14, 2018 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Managing liability risk includes making workplaces free from harassment for not only employees, but also for non-employees, advises Darius Delon, an independent risk consultant based in Calgary. Lawsuits arising from harassment are one major emerging area of risk, said Delon,

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Chubb adds cyberbullying coverage for Canadian homeowners customers

June 2, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Chubb announced on Thursday that it has added cyberbullying coverage to its Canadian Masterpiece Family Protection policy to help cover clients and their families from the expenses associated with such an incident. Paul Johnstone, senior vice president of Chubb Personal