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Matthew De Lio has a broad litigation practice, with a focus on labour, employment, and administrative law. As a former Crown prosecutor, he particularly specializes in defending clients against Occupational Health and Safety Act charges. In addition to his litigation practice, Matthew advises clients on contentious and non-contentious workplace issues, such as occupational health and safety requirements, employment standards requirements, workplace accommodation, discrimination and harassment, collective bargaining and labour relations, and reductions in force, as well as issues relating to international labour and human rights standards, corporate compliance and risk management, and internal investigations.

Today, after an official announcement that Canada and the United States have restricted all non-essential travel between the countries, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Finance Bill Morneau also announced a variety of measures intended to economically assist Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Below is a summary of the employment-related measures that have been confirmed so far. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we anticipate further changes and clarifications in the coming days. We are monitoring the situation closely, and will continue to communicate updates as soon as they become available.
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