Human Rights Complaint About Condo Board Meetings in Mandarin Settled

In a prior blog post we wrote about a group of condominium unit owners in British Columbia who filed a complaint with the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, claiming that they were being discriminated against because the condominium board (the strata council) decided that all board meetings would be conducted in Mandarin.


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