Category Archives: Human Rights

Sexual Harassment at the University of Calgary Food Court

By: Linda McKay-Panos PDF Version: Sexual Harassment at the University of Calgary Food Court Case Commented On: Pham v Vu’s Enterprises Ltd, 2016 AHRC 12 (CanLII) On some occasions, there is an Alberta Human Rights Tribunal (AHRT) case where the respondent … Continue reading

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Section 7: Superhero, Mere Mortal or Villain?

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: Section 7: Superhero, Mere Mortal or Villain? Comment On: Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Many people love superheroes. My favourite was always Spider-Man – he had the most interesting back story, … Continue reading

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“What Were They Thinking?” Condominiums, Oppressive Conduct and Human Rights

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: “What Were They Thinking?” Condominiums, Oppressive Conduct and Human Rights Case commented on: Condominium Corporation No 072 9313 (Trails of Mill Creek) v Schultz, 2016 ABQB 338 (CanLII) I have commented a couple of times previously … Continue reading

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Alberta Human Rights Act Applies to Condominium Corporations

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: Alberta Human Rights Act Applies to Condominium Corporations Case Commented On: Condominium Corporation No 052 0580 v Alberta (Human Rights Commission), 2016 ABQB 183 (CanLII) A few years ago I wrote a post arguing that … Continue reading

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Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Overturns Discrimination Decision on Foreign Trained Engineer

By: Linda McKay-Panos PDF Version: Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Overturns Discrimination Decision on Foreign Trained Engineer Case Commented On: Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta v Mihaly, 2016 ABQB 61 (CanLII) In an earlier post with Jason … Continue reading

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