Mandarin-speaking council settles human rights case

A unique, high-profile human rights case involving the alleged racial discrimination of non-Mandarin speaking residents in a Richmond townhouse development appears to be coming to a close.  Wellington Court resident Andreas Kargut told the Richmond News that the class-action lawsuit against his strata council has been settled before reaching a B.C. Human Rights Tribunal hearing.   Read the article……………


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