Employee had right to refuse move from Vancouver to San Francisco

No express or implied term in employment contract that required employee to move: court
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Wilson v. UBS Securities Canada Inc., 2005 CarswellBC 875, 2005 BCSC 563 (B.C. S.C.)

The British Columbia Supreme Court has awarded damages to a securities trader who refused to relocate when her employer moved from Vancouver to San Francisco.

Marcia Wilson worked for UBS Securities Canada Inc. Although almost three quarters of the Vancouver office’s revenue came from clients in the United States, being in Canada did not seem to impair the business. Revenue increased more than 1,300 per cent between 1991 to 2001.