BC Human Rights Tribunal Orders Record Damages Award of Over $1 Million to Terminated Employee Following Racial Discrimination
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In a 2020 BC Human Rights Tribunal case regarding termination of a 1 day employee, the Tribunal awarded $65,000 Damages against employer for terminating employee with disabilities.
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