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Have you asked your employer about reducing your hours?
The law is that the employer is required to provide you with reasonable accommodations if you have a medical report providing details of what you need because of a disability unless providing you these accommodations would cause the employer to undergo undue hardship.
If the employer refuses to make these accommodations and they will not cause the employer to undergo undue hardship this is considered to be a form of discrimination and contrary to the Human Rights Code and you could file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission/Tribunal.
If you work less then it would make sense for the employer to reduce your pay proportionally.
Your benefits may be reduced as well as your vacation entitlement.
So you should be sure to provide the employer with a medical report at the time you go to speak to them.