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Age Discrimination and the Employment Rights of Elderly Canadian Immigrants
(Law Commission of Canada, 2002-04-01)
The human rights code in most Canadian jurisdictions restricts the employment rights of the elderly, either by defining “age” to exclude those 65 years of age and older or by identifying a bona fide mandatory retirement ...
The Impact of Age Distinctions in Law and Policy on Transitions to Retirement
(Law Commission of Canada, 2004-12)
Child Labour and Training Wages: Are British Columbia’s New Employment Standards Fair to Youth?
(Law Commission of Canada, 2005-03-31)
Age as an Insurance Rate Class Variable
(Law Commission of Canada, 2004-12-29)
Does Age Matter? Law and Relationships between Generations: Discussion Paper
(Law Commission of Canada, 2004-02)
The End of an Age: Beyond Age Restrictions for Minors' Medical Treatment Decisions
(Law Commission of Canada, 2004-10-29)
The Law and the Relationships of Dependency Experienced by Seniors: The Case of Privately Operated Homes for the Aged.
(Law Commission of Canada, 1999-07)