As anyone who has spent a February in Canada can attest to, we Canadians might need vacation time more than anyone. Unfortunately, we\u2019re one of the most overworked nations in the world. We\u2019re nearly dead last of all economically advanced countries when it comes to the amount of vacation guaranteed to workers. According to a report from the Washington based Center for Economic and Policy Research, the only countries worse off than us are the U.S. and Japan. The U.S. shockingly doesn\u2019t guarantee workers any paid vacation or holiday days, which might explain the growing U.S. trend of unlimited vacation being offered as a benefit. When organizations aren\u2019t required to offer any vacation at all, those that offer as much as you want would seem to be at an obvious advantage when it comes to recruiting and engaging employees. Of course, the prospect of unlimited vacation also raises some obvious questions: Won\u2019t employees abuse it? While by no means a mainstream benefit, companies like General Electric, Netflix, LinkedIn and Virgin Group have highly publicized unlimited vacation policies. We wanted to know if any Canadian organizations were offering unlimited vacation as a benefit. Unexpectedly, the organization we kept hearing about wasn\u2019t a tech start-up or a company with a wildly unconventional work culture \u2014 it was a hospital.