In what circumstances will a company be required to hire for an indefinite period of time?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Dickenson v. R.M. of Stonehenge, No. 73, 1919 CanLII 109 (SK CA):

In this respect the present case is distinguishable from Gould v. McCrae, 14 O.L.R. 194, 9 O.W.R. 626, where it was held that the evidence established that the hiring was for an indefinite time and not by the day.

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