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Cameron v. Sarlin Subway Ltd., 2004 CarswellNB 444 (N.B. Labour & Employment Bd.).

April Cameron worked for eight months for a Sarlin Subway franchise outlet in Hampton, N.B. She averaged 38 hours a week working various shifts and her duties included baking bread, making sandwiches, cleaning up and opening and closing the store.