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Tag Archives: human rights

Accommodating disabilities: What medical evidence is required?

Posted in Articles, Living Together, Publications & Resources
It is well known that condominiums owe a duty to accommodate persons with disabilities.  It is less clear, however, what constitutes adequate proof of a disability. Ambiguous medical notes containing no meaningful details are often the only documentation given to condo boards and managers, who must decide whether the legal threshold for disability is met.… Continue Reading

Ignoring bullying and harassment not an option for condo boards

Posted in Case Studies, Living Together
Day of Pink header2016April 13, 2016 was International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia, and Transmisogyny, better known as the “International Day of Pink.” A recent Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision demonstrates that condo boards must apply the Day of Pink concepts every day of the year. In Welykyi v. Rouge Valley Co-operative Homes Inc., the Tribunal chastised… Continue Reading