Controversial Richmond strata returns to Mandarin-only meetings

Remember that Richmond townhouse owner that went to the Human Rights Tribunal because his strata council was holding their meetings in Mandarin only?  Well he says after a few months of improvement, with meetings in English and an interpreter, things are right back to square one.     Read the article…………..


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