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Quebec has introduced new legislation, the first of its kind in Canada, that requires employers to grant a leave of absence of up to two years to employees whose child or spouse is slain. It also allows employees or their children who suffer serious bodily injury as a result of a crime to have the right to a two-year leave of absence, as well as employers to grant a leave of absence of up to one year to an employee whose child or spouse commits suicide, or if their child disappears, Should the rest of Canadians have the same rights?

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