Author Archives: Michael Power

About Michael Power

Michael is a staff lawyer at the Edmonton Community Legal Centre where he serves low income clients. His primary areas of practice are employment law, housing, administrative law and civil litigation. After graduating with a B.A. in political science from Saint Mary’s University in 1979 and an LL.B. from Dalhousie Law School in 1982, he was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1984 and to the Alberta Bar in 2002. Michael has extensive legal experience gained from private practice and as in-house counsel. As a member of the civil law team at ECLC, Michael has been able to actively pursue his interest in improving access to justice for those living with poverty.

Pizza Delivery Drivers: Employees or Independent Contractors? Commentary on Steiner v MNR.

Pizza Delivery Drivers: Employees or Independent Contractors? Commentary on Steiner v MNR.  By Michael A. Power with Lydia Potter Pizza delivery is a big business that relies heavily on drivers to transport fresh, piping hot pizzas right to your door. … Continue reading

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