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Saskatoon Court Imposes More Than $2,000 in Fines for Labour Standards Violations

Released on February 21, 2014

Saskatoon Private Investigations Inc. of Saskatoon was found guilty of three charges under Saskatchewan’s Labour Standards Act and was fined $1,740 in Saskatoon Provincial Court on February 10, 2014.

The charges were laid after the company failed to pay final wages within 14 days of termination.  Four additional charges were stayed.

In relation to the same case, seven charges against the directors, Greg Hrabok and Todd Hrabok were stayed.

In a separate incident, Lee Arens, director of Trinity Excavating Ltd., of  Saskatoon has been found guilty of one charge under Saskatchewan’s Labour Standards Act and was fined $310 in Saskatoon Provincial Court on February 10, 2014.

The charge was laid after Arens failed to pay overtime.  One additional charge was stayed.

The Labour Standards Division supports fair and equitable workplace practices through public awareness and enforcement of The Labour Standards Act and regulations.  Whenever necessary, violators will be prosecuted.

For further information on Labour Standards convictions, please visit


For more information, contact:

Shannon McMillan
Labour Relations and Workplace Safety
Phone: 306-787-0253

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