Is a claimant required to attend a training course by the Respondent?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Y. F. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission, 2018 SST 27 (CanLII):

The claimant must therefore be authorized by the Respondent to take a training course (Canada v. Martel, A-1691-92; Canada (Attorney General) v. Tourangeau, 2001 FCA 293; and Canada (Attorney General) v. Beaulieu, FCA 2008 133).

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