Simon looking earnest in Preveza, Greece
"In 1981 the Supreme Court decided (against Bertha Wilson JA) that you couldn't sue for discrimination,
instead you had to go through the tribunal. In my opinion human rights law has been weak ever since,
the main problem being the tribunal system itself."
Simon Shields, Lawyer
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HUMAN RIGHTS CODE RSO 1990, c.H19

Reg. 290/98: Business Practices Permissible to Landlords in Selecting Prospective Tenants for Residential Accomodation


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