"Human Rights Ruling is Unlikely to Change how Claims are Adjudicated"

29 November 2022
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In today's Legal Matters, Jeff Andrew comments on  a recent Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) ruling that dealt with the jurisdiction of workplace human rights claims, stating that the ruling reasserts a unionized worker’s right to pursue employment-related human rights claims through their grievance procedure or at the HRTO.

A full copy of the commentary can be  found HERE.

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