This was the main issue raised by a paramedic during a grievance proceeding challenging his dismissal because he had failed to comply with his duty to refrain from consuming illegal drugs.
The arbitrator upheld the administrative dismissal of a maintenance person in a seniors’ residence providing care for independent and assisted elderly persons. The employee had pleaded guilty on a charge of drug trafficking two years prior to his hiring.
 Syndicat des travailleuses et travailleurs des Centres d’hébergement du Grand Montréal-CSN v. Renoir, 2018 QCTA 128
In a recent matter, the arbitrator had to determine whether the installation of cameras to monitor production lines at a pork processing plant constituted an unreasonable work condition, thus violating section 46 of the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms.