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Oct 6, 2016

The Family Status Debate Continues - Ontario Human Rights Tribunal Proposes New Test

The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has crafted yet another plot twist in the evolving legal test for family status discrimination. Over the past few...

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Sep 8, 2016

By Kelsey Orth

“Too Much” is Never Enough when Dignity Injured: B.C. Human Rights Tribunal’s Ground-breaking Award Restored by Court of Appeal

You may recall that CCPartners wrote in November of last year about a case making its way through the judicial review process in British Columbia.&...

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Aug 11, 2016

By Susan Crawford

Tribunal Finds Employee Failed to Meet Onus of Demonstrating Firing was Discriminatory

  A recent Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision confirms that not every complaint of discrimination will find a sympathetic ear at the Trib...

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Jul 28, 2016

Arbitrator Finds that Grievor’s Subjective Perception of Supervisor’s Conduct NOT Harassment

What is harassment?  Is it excluding employees from speaking at a meeting, criticizing for chewing gum and not saying good morning? Or does i...

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Jun 23, 2016

By Susan Crawford

Employee Reinstated with Nine Years Back Pay by Human Rights Tribunal Wins at Ontario Court of Appeal

CCPartners has previously blogged about the controversial and precedent-setting Tribunal decision in Fair v. Hamilton Wentworth District School Boa...

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May 26, 2016

Human Rights Panel Allows Employee to Take Entire Summer off Work to Care for Child with Disability

In a recent human rights decision, the Northwest Territories Human Rights Adjudication Panel (the “Panel”) pushed the boundary of what ...

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May 5, 2016

Proceed with Caution! Decision recognizing miscarriage as a disability provides guidance to employers on disability claims

Disability has long been a protected ground under the Ontario Human Rights Code, which requires employers to accommodate employees with a disabilit...

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Mar 10, 2016

By Mike MacLellan

In the Spirit of Partnership: Human Rights Tribunal Extends Protection to Law Firm’s Equity Partner

The Supreme Court of Canada already decided that an equity partner of a law firm in British Columbia was not entitled to protection under that pr...

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Feb 25, 2016

A Cautionary Tale of the Extent of the Duty to Accommodate when Employees Make Bad Work Neighbours

A recent case heard by the Public Service Labour Relations Board provided a reminder to employers that the duty to accommodate is not always sati...

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