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Jette Steward, 3M, C.AW.: The Truth

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Topic: Jette Steward, 3M, C.AW.: The Truth
Posted By: sheila
Subject: Jette Steward, 3M, C.AW.: The Truth
Date Posted: 23/August/2004 at 5:09am

 

 

 

 

HOW THE LEGAL SYSTEM TREATS INJURED WORKERS IN

THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

 

Ms. Steward was employed at 3M Canada in London, Ontario for

31 years and was represented by CAW Canada. She began her employment

in 1964.

Ms. Steward was initially terminated from her employment on October 26,1994

due to her work related injuries. Her final termination occurred on June 6, 1995.

Ms. Steward in her quest to obtain a remedy has been to the Ontario Labour

Relations Board, the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the General Divisional

Court for the judicial review of the Commission's decision, Workers'

Compensation Board as it was so named at the time, the Workplace Safety and

Insurance Board, Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, the Ontario

Superior Court of Justice (suit filed in 1999), and the Court of Appeal for

Ontario.

Ms. Steward recently commenced another suit against 3M Canada in the Ontario

Superior Court of Justice on January 7, 2004, alleging fraud, deceit, fraudulent

misrepresentation and defamation of character. This suit too was dismissed.

3M Canada recently brought an application in the court requesting that Ms.

Steward be declared a vexatious litigant pursuant to section 140 of the Courts

of Justice Act. The application was heard on August 16, 2004.

Based on the fact that Ms. Steward has been unsuccessful in every forum, one

would reasonably conclude that Ms. Steward's case must not have had any merit.

However, once you have read Ms. Steward's response to 3M Canada's application

you will see that Ms. Steward's case did in fact have merit. You will also note

that injured workers have more than just the employer and WCB/WSIB working

against them. Please see link below.

http://www.execulink.com/~justice3/august16.htm - http://www.execulink.com/~justice3/august16.htm




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