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Hello, thank you for the question.
What province are you in? Can you tell me a little more about what happened? Don't use details that will identify you or the employer, please.
I see. That's unusual.
Strictly speaking, the employer doesn't have to give you any reason for termination. You will get a ROE which will say something of course.
Most times the employer will give you reasons, because if they don't give reasons they are inviting legal action for wrongful dismissal. This is your next step.
Go see a civil lawyer, one with some experience in employment law. Retain that lawyer to write them a letter demanding details and pay in lieu of notice for their wrongful termination.
From your details, I assume that you don't belong to a labour union. If I got it wrong and you do belong to a union then contact your steward or rep right away.
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