B.C. Human Rights Tribunal accepts condo language complaint

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has accepted a complaint filed by seven condo owners in Richmond, B.C., who say their strata council has been conducting meetings in Mandarin only since July.   Read the article………….


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