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About Gabriel Granatstein

Gabriel Granatstein practised in all areas of employment and labour law for Norton Rose Canada and is now senior counsel, employee relations, for a large Canadian retailer. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he served as an officer in the Canadian Forces, where his duties included assisting in grievance processing, conducting administrative and disciplinary investigations and a period of deployment as a peacekeeper in Bosnia. He continues to serve as a reserve Deputy Judge Advocate with the Judge Advocate General Branch.

Mr. Granatstein writes on employment and labour law on his blog at He can also be followed on Twitter at

Posts by Gabriel Granatstein

U.S. Minimum Wage Debate

Alternative Fee Agreements

Canada Post Settlement

NHLPA Loses Injunction in Quebec

Justice Lost in the Mail…

Fired for Being Too “hot”?

International Employment and Labour Law

Playing Chicken..

Jobs “Debacle” in Québec

Hockey and Language: Part Deux

Christmas Ruined in Québec… Then Saved!

Mandatory Union Awareness Training at Apple

A Code of Ethics for Headhunters

How Not to Fire People

The “Dark Side” of Maternity Leave

Statutory Holidays in Québec

Work-Life Balance – a Québec Initiative

Summer Work Dress Codes?