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Legal Referral List

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AMANDA ARMSTRONG
B.A. & J.D.
Barrister & Solicitor
APT ARMSTRONG LAW
T: 647 949 0269
email: [email protected]
Markham Law Chambers
169 Enterprise Blvd., Suite 302
Markham, Ontario L6G 0E7

Nirmala Armstrong
Family LawIncluding Legal Aid
Nirmala Armstrong Law Office
Phone: 1 905 201 7322
Fax: 1 905 367 7243
Business Address
Markham Law Chambers
169 Enterprise Blvd., Suite 302   Markham, Ontario, L6G 0E7

Antoine d’Ailly
Law Office of Antoine d'Ailly
Phone: 1 519 962 8682
Fax: 1 519 286 0287
[email protected]
Business Address
606 Devonshire Rd, Suite 1A
Windsor, Ontario
N8Y 2L8

Shruti Batt
NON Union employment law
Haber & Associates Lawyers Professional Corporation Business  email: [email protected]
Address
302-3370 South Service Rd
Burlington, Ontario
L7N 3M6
Phone: 289.719.1806

BREAKING NEWS!

THIS JUST IN FROM TAC'S LAWYER REGARDING EMPLOYERS TRYING TO FORCE THE JAB OR LOSE YOUR JOB

HIGH LIGHTS FROM THE LETTER

"An employer’s onus to “implement, establish and enforce” a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy” does not mean that vaccination is mandatory for employees. Vaccination cannot be made mandatory for employment without accommodation, reasonable alternatives, exemptions, and other considerations"

"Directives are not “COVID-19 Vaccination Policies”, but instead are requiring a business or employer to “establish, implement, and ensure compliance” with a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy”. The CMOH may provide options for the types of requirements an employer may implement/adopt in their “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy”; however, the employer still has the option to choose from the options listed therein the Directive."

"Currently, it is uncertain as to the “advice, recommendations and instructions” of the CMOH as it pertains to private businesses and “COVID-19 Vaccination Policies”. As such, it is important to be aware of any Orders issued by the CMOH or any Directives of the CMOH. In addition, Medical Officers of Health (MOH) may also issue Orders or Directives if they have been in consultation with the CMOH. As such, being informed of your local Public Health Unit’s Orders or Directives will be important."

"If you are an employee, you may want to ask your employer about what their “COVID-19
Vaccination Policy” will be in clear and unequivocal terms. If you are an employer, be
aware of whether it is an Order or Directive and what is truly required of you. It is
important to note employment law standards vary depending on Union representation
and other factors including applicable legislation, private versus public sector, etc."

"Is a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy” mandatory? Under the Ontario Regulation 364/20, a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy” is not mandatory. However, once the CMOH or MOH directs or orders your business to implement and enforce a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy” then it may be mandatory. That being said, there
are still opportunities to refute and appeal an Order, if it is made under the HPPA, as mentioned above, Directives do not have clear appeal processes, if any. As such, if you are directed or ordered to implement and enforce a “COVID-19 Vaccination Policy” you may want to seek legal advice to know your options, or seek clarification as to the expectations."

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