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Starting tomorrow, employers will no longer be required to keep injured workers on benefit plans or hire them back when they recover

On April 1, 2021 several parts of the UCP’s disastrous Bill 47 come into force, further weakening Alberta’s Workers’ Compensation system.

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Gil McGowan, Opening Remarks on Bill 208 Hearing - March 08, 2021

I’ve been asked here today because I’m the president of the Federation of Labour; chair of the Labour Coalition on Pensions; and chair of the sponsor board of Alberta’s largest...

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