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Pensions & Benefits:

Articles/newsletters from law firms - Specific articles:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Married or Common Law Marriage? What Happens after Breakup: Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support
    www.victorialaw.ca/practice/articles?articleid=27 (#1388)
    topics include: What Is Common-Law?; Custody & Access; Child Support; Spousal Support Property & Pensions; Death of a Spouse. - Article prepared Rebecca Faber, a lawyer practising in the area of family law

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Dividing Family Property: Pensions, RRSPs and Savings
    www.dsjnlaw.com/Family/PENSION.htm (#4333)
    from the law firm of Dueck, Sauer, Jutzi & Noll (http://www.dsjnlaw.com)

  2. Pension Information for Family Law Lawyers
    www.familylawcentre.com/patterson.html (#3473)
    by Jack Patterson, F.S.A., F.C.I.A.

Articles/newsletters from law firms - index pages only:

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Bulletins from Fasken Campbell Godfrey
    www.fasken.com/publications/Bulletins.html (#3079)
    articles on a variety of topics

  2. Library of Goodman & Carr Articles
    www.goodmancarr.com/liblist.htm (#1291)
    Articles on a variety of topics

  3. The Fasken Alert!
    www.fasken.com/alert/Alert.html (#3104)
    from Fasken Campbell Godfrey - variety of topics covered

Articles/newsletters from others:

Canada:

  1. Canada Pension Plan
    www.sdc.gc.ca/en/isp/cpp/cpptoc.shtml (#1411)
    articles from Human Resources Development Canada

  2. Credit Splitting Upon Divorce or Separation
    www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/isp/cpp/facts/split_e.shtml (#1170)
    from Human Resources Development Canada government web site

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Information for Pension Plan Members
    www.labour.gov.bc.ca/psb/info/toc.htm (#3396)
    detailed information from the British Columbia Ministry of Labour - Pension Standards Branch

  2. Victoria Elderlaw Centre
    www.wwlia.org/cabceld.htm (#1402)
    articles on various topics

Articling information for law students:

Canada:

  1. LexisNexis® Quicklaw®
    www.lexisnexis.ca/en-ca/products/quicklaw-full-service.page (#191)
    pay $ site - QL has over 1000 searchable databases and bulletin boards of full text judgments from all court levels and many administrative tribunals in Canada, as well as full text databases of legislation, tax and news.

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell
    www.lawsonlundell.com (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell
    www.lawsonlundell.com (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

New Brunswick, Canada:

  1. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales
    www.smss.com (#3281)

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales
    www.smss.com (#3281)

Northwest Territories, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell
    www.lawsonlundell.com (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales
    www.smss.com (#3281)

Prince Edward Island, Canada:

  1. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales
    www.smss.com (#3281)

Caselaw (commentary/analysis/summary):

Canada:

  1. Employer Must Take Reasonable Steps to Accommodate Employee
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/relicase.htm#7d3102 (#3995)
    Ontario (Human Rights Comm.) and O’Malley v. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. (1985), 7 C.H.R.R. D/3102 (S.C.C.) [Eng. 8 pp.] ; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

  2. Limitation of Benefits to the Mentally Disabled Discriminatory
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/disacase.htm#27d87 (#3984)
    Gibbs v. Battlefords and Dist. Co-operative Ltd. (1996), 27 C.H.R.R. D/87 (S.C.C.) [Eng./Fr. 22 pp.] ; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

  3. Restrictions on Benefits on the Basis of Sexual Orientation Discriminatory
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/sexor.htm#27d108 (#3979)
    Dwyer v. Toronto (Metro) (No. 3) (1996), 27 C.H.R.R. D/108 (Ont. Bd.Inq.) [Eng. 32 pp.] ; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

  4. Sex Discrimination Includes Pregnancy
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/sexcase.htm#10d6183 (#3965)
    Brooks v. Canada Safeway Ltd. (1989), 10 C.H.R.R. D/6183 (S.C.C.) [Eng./Fr. 23 pp.]; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

Manitoba, Canada:

  1. Sex Discrimination Includes Pregnancy
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/sexcase.htm#10d6183 (#3965)
    Brooks v. Canada Safeway Ltd. (1989), 10 C.H.R.R. D/6183 (S.C.C.) [Eng./Fr. 23 pp.]; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Employer Must Take Reasonable Steps to Accommodate Employee
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/relicase.htm#7d3102 (#3995)
    Ontario (Human Rights Comm.) and O’Malley v. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. (1985), 7 C.H.R.R. D/3102 (S.C.C.) [Eng. 8 pp.] ; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter

  2. Ontario Government Employee Benefit Plans Discriminate on Basis of Sexual Orientation
    www.cdn-hr-reporter.ca/sexor.htm#16d184 (#3990)
    Leshner v. Ontario (No. 2) (1992), 16 C.H.R.R. D/184 (Ont. Bd.Inq.) [Eng. 41 pp.] ; case summary from the Canadian Human Rights Reporter


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