If you have been FIRED ...
1. Remember that you have rights. The employment relationship is governed by both the Employment Standards Act of British Columbia and by the common law (the common law is the body of law that develops through judge's decisions, not laws passed by the legislature). Your employer may say you were fired for cause or that you are not entitled to notice. Your employer may be wrong. Often, the dispute relates to the calculation of the appropriate notice to which you are entitled.
2. Start looking for a new job. You have a duty to seek new and comparable employment immediately. You should keep a written record of your job search attempts.
3. Talk to a lawyer at Davidson Lawyers LLP. Get legal advice immediately to determine if you have been wrongfully terminated and to learn your rights and how to protect yourself.