Korkomaz v Cora Breakfast and Lunch, 2022 AHRC 126, is a new Alberta Human Rights decision where a cook was fired after providing a doctor’s note
In McCharles v Jaco Line Contractors, 2022 AHRC 115, the Alberta Human Rights Commission awarded $50,000 in pain and suffering for sexual harassment
Hansen v City of Calgary, 2022 AHRC 112 is an Alberta human rights case where an employee unsuccessfully argued failure to accommodate
In Davies v PSA Construction, 2022 AHRC 98, the complainant was successful in her discrimination claim despite having little of the typically required evidence.
Khumbah v Community Living Alternative Services Ltd., 2022 AHRC 91 re-affirms that reliable evidence of discrimination is required in AB human rights
In Haverluck, 2022 AHRC 75 a Skip driver won a discrimination complaint against Burger Boy after it refused to give him drink trays for orders with only 1 drink (he has one arm).
A New Alberta Human Rights decision found that getting an employment standards decision will not necessarily prevent proceeding in human rights.
In Public Health Sudbury v ONA, 2022 CanLii 48440, a nurse was able to claim a religious / creed exemption from a COVID-19 vaccination mandate.
In Yaschuk v Emerson Electric, 2022 AHRC 62, an employee was awarded $50k for the pain and suffering sexual harassment at work caused her.
In Jackson v Maskwacis Ambulance, 2022 AHRC 53, an employer argued evidence about a miscarriage should be barred for being over a year old
Woods v North American, 2022 AHRC 26 is a new Alberta Human Rights Tribunal case where an employee with acid reflux was discriminated against
Therien v Arbor Memorial Services is an Alberta Human Rights case where a complainant tried unsuccessfully to get out of a verbal settlement agreement.
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