- Mar152019 Case Summary and Analysis: Simpson v Prananjen Group Ltd. o/a Nimigon Retirement Home ARCH’s most recent blog post analyzed the unsettled state of the law for the test for family status discrimination. In...
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- Feb152019 Focus: The Availability of Charter Remedies at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario Although not widely available, there are specific instances when applicants at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) may raise...
- Feb012019 Case Summary and Analysis: S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation Case Summary and Analysis: S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation, 4 SCC 2019 On January 25, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada...
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