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Human Rights Commission Board of Inquiry

Is the failure to provide parental leave “top-up” benefits discriminatory?

In Adekayode v Halifax (Regional Municipality), a Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission Board of Inquiry recently considered a complaint alleging that an employer’s failure to provide a top-up of employment insurance benefits for biological parents during a parental leave was discriminatory.

 

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