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Earlier this summer, we updated you on the new Canada Labour
Code entitlement that will provide employees with up to 10
paid days of medical leave no later than December 1, 2022. After we
published our bulletin, the Labour Program advised us that the
federal government will not be proclaiming into force
provisions of Bill C-19, Budget Implementation Act, 2022, No.
1, which would have limited the application of the new paid
medical leave requirement to employers with 100 or more employees,
and would have instead maintained the Code’s existing
personal leave entitlement to treat illness/injury for federal
employers with fewer than 100 employees on a transitional basis. As
- The new requirement to provide up to 10 paid days of medical
leave will apply to all federally regulated employers,
regardless of size, by no later than December 1, 2022; and
- The Code’s existing personal leave to treat
illness/injury will be repealed for all employers, regardless of
size, when the new paid medical leave requirement comes into
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