Can an employee be awarded six months loss of wages if they are able to return to work after six months?

Nova Scotia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Nova Scotia (Environment) v. Wakeham (No. 4), 2017 CanLII 149978 (NS HRC):

In Sears v. Honda of Canada Mfg. (No. 5), supra, the complainant was awarded six months loss of wages as the employee was able to return to work at the end of six months.

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