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Canada (Attorney General) v Johnstone

Federal adjudicator dismisses family status grievance

Federal adjudicator dismisses family status grievance – confirms that employer’s duty to accommodate is only engaged where a work rule interferes with an employee’s legal obligations.

 

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Family status quo for British Columbia

For now, it appears the Campbell River decision is sufficient for the Tribunal’s purposes to address complaints of discrimination in family status in British Columbia. However, as we posted previously, employers would be well-advised to consider the Johnstone test when examining employees’ accommodation requests on the basis of family status.

 

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