Alberta Human Rights Information Service March 8, 2017

Human rights case law: Tribunal decisions

The Commission recently released the following tribunal decisions:

  • Kathalin Horvath v. Rock View School Division No. 41 (Supplementary Decision on Remedy Re Production of Documents; February 28, 2017; William D. McFetridge, Q.C., Tribunal Chair)

  • Timothy Duncan (on behalf of Ruth Duncan) v. Alberta Health Services (February 28, 2017; Sharon Lindgren, Tribunal Chair)

  • Stuart Jobb (on behalf of C.J.) v. Parkland School Division No. 70 (February 15, 2017; Joanne Archibald, Tribunal Chair)

  • Miladinka Kovacevic v. City of Red Deer (Interim Decision; January 18, 2017; Melissa L. Luhtanen, Tribunal Chair)

  • Chris Pelletier v. Timberwolf Hearth Products (1979) Ltd. (a.k.a. Timberwolf Hearth Products Ltd.) and John Richard Knight (January 9, 2017; Duncan Marsden, Tribunal Chair)

These tribunal decisions can be accessed free of charge through the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) website.

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