Does WCB cover wrongful dismissal?

Nova Scotia Supreme Court tackles the question of whether or not being wrongfully dismissed is an accident for WCB purposes
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Can a wrongful dismissal be an “accident” for workers’ compensation purposes? That question was recently put before the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.

Joanne Logan claimed workers’ compensation benefits arising out of her dismissal in October 2003. The dismissal was sudden and without cause from long-term employment. It had an immediate negative effect on her.

She was extremely upset and was unable to sleep. After two days of crying continuously and refusing to leave the house, she went to the hospital. At the emergency room, she was anxious, upset, crying and complaining of numbness and pain.