1/2018 (2018) IUSLabor, 156-67
Canada is a liberal market economy and as such the law places few restrictions on the employer’s freedom to dismiss an employee. In particular, the law places no restriction on the freedom of employers to dismiss employees for business reasons. However, dismissed employees are entitled to certain rights, the most important of which is notice of termination or pay in lieu of notice.
Tucker, Eric and Grisdale, Christopher, "Dismissal Due to Business Reasons in Canada" (2018). Articles & Book Chapters. 2942.