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Employers cannot discriminate against an employee because the employee has:

Employers cannot take or threaten to take any reprisal, or discriminate or threaten to discriminate, because the employee has:

except where the actions of the employee are frivolous or vexatious.

*Lawful authority means a person directly or indirectly responsible for supervising the employee, a police or law enforcement agency, or a person whose duties include the enforcement of federal or provincial law.

Employers cannot dismiss, lay off or suspend an employee that:

Employers cannot penalize an employee that has refused to work or provided a notice of refusal to work on a Sunday.

Employers or persons acting on their behalf cannot intimidate, dismiss or otherwise penalize an employee or threaten to do so because the employee has:

Source: Employment Standards Act – s. 18, 16.1, 23.3, 35, 36.1, 5.10 (Amended June 1, 2022)

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