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Tribunal Rules That Requests For Guide Dog In Classroom Must Be Assessed Based On Each Student's Educational Needs
The meeting demonstrated that there was a disconnect between J.F.'s behaviour at home and what he was exhibiting in the classroom.
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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Damages For Human Rights Breaches In Court Cases And Comparison To Human Rights Tribunal Decisions
Human rights tribunals across Canada generally have the authority to award damages for injury to dignity, feelings and self-respect.
Canada
10 Feb 2017
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A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall: How Employers Pay For Not Having A Bullying And Harassment Policy
Employers are facing increasing costs as a result of incidents of bullying and harassment in the workplace, and must be aware of the multiple avenues from which liability can arise. British Columbia's Human Rights Code prohibits discrimination against a person regarding employment on a number of grounds, and provides the Human Rights Tribunal with the authority to make financial awards for injury to a complainant's "dignity, feelings and self-respect".
Canada
2 Mar 2016
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Can A Workplace Microwave Policy Be Discriminatory?
Seema Saadi was terminated by her employer, a government-funded provider of settlement services for immigrants, just 6 weeks after she had been hired.
Canada
9 Aug 2011
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