Canada Labour Code prosecutions
Prosecutions are reserved for the most serious offences or for cases where other compliance and regulatory tools have been unsuccessful at convincing the employer to comply with legislation. Prosecutions demonstrate to employers and Canadians that serious violations of the Canada Labour Code and the pursuant Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations are unacceptable.
Between 2010 and 2017, 31 out of the 35 cases proposed by the Labour Program, where charges were laid, resulted in a guilty plea or conviction. This amounts to a 89% success rate.
For more information on prosecutions and other health and safety compliance tools, please consult the Labour Program's Compliance Policy.
- Road Runner Prime Logistics (April 2021)
- Toronto Tank Lines (April 2021)
- Air Canada (August 2020)
- Purolator Inc. (July 2019)
- Port of Dalhousie Inc. (June 2019)
- La Meunerie Milanaise Inc. (January 2019)
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) – Moncton (January 2018)
- Canadian National Railway Company (CN) – Gutah Camp (April 2017)
- Don Anderson Haulage Ltd. (October 2016)
- Canada Einwechter Limited (October 2015)
- Canada Steamship Lines / V. Ships Canada (October 2015)
- Miller Shipping Limited (Water Transport) (May 2015)
- Gil Soucy Trucking (March 2015)
- United Parcel Service Canada Ltd. (UPS) (July 2014)
- Ken Johnson Trucking Ltd (December 2014)
- Services de Quai Fagen Inc. (Novembre 2014)
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