What is the burden of proving that a claimant voluntarily leaves her employment?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from C. M. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission, 2018 SST 354 (CanLII):

The Commission has the burden of proving that the claimant left her employment voluntarily. The burden then shifts to the claimant to establish she had just cause for leaving (Green v. Canada (Attorney General), 2012 FCA 313). 1. Did the claimant voluntarily leave her employment?

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