B.C. condo language tiff is best resolved the Canadian way: accommodation

It doesn’t take a genius to conclude that it is downright churlish on the part of a condo board in Richmond, B.C., to unilaterally decide that it will only hold meetings in Mandarin, in spite of the fact that 30 per cent of the homeowners that it represents speak English only. What the law should do about it, or if it should do anything, isn’t so simple.   Read the article………….


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