Reasonable notice is determined on the facts of each case, having regard to the character of the employment, the length of service of the employee, the employee’s age, and the availability of similar employment having regard to the experience, training and qualifications of the employee: see Bardal v. Globe and Mail Industries (1960), 1960 CanLII 294 (ONSC), 24 D.L.R. (2d) 140 at p. 145.
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