Duty To Accommodate On Basis Of Family Status Continues To Evolve

In Canada, employers have a duty to adjust rules, policies, or practices in order to allow employees to participate fully and avoid being discriminated against.…
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Job Candidate Successfully Argues Discrimination On Basis Of Citizenship

In a landmark decision from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, a potential employee (the “candidate”) was successful in challenging an employer’s policy of requiring…
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Access To Childcare As A Human Rights Issue

The challenges of finding daycare for children during the summer months is a popular topic of conversation amongst parents with school-aged children. However, for many…
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Supreme Court Weighs In On Workplace Discrimination Outside of Employment Relationship

It is not uncommon to hear of cases where allegations of discrimination are made against someone’s employer or a person’s superior in the workplace. However,…
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HRTO Awards Damages to Employee Told She Was “Too pretty to drive a forklift”

An Ontario woman was recently awarded close to $60,000 from the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario following years of harassment and discrimination, including being told…
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Human Rights Tribunal to Hear Complaint Alleging Gym Employee was Terminated Following Sexual Assault by Gym Member

A British Columbia woman who claims she was fired when she took leave from her employment with a gym chain after she was sexually harassed…
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