Is your Meeting Date a Human Rights Violation? (ON)

In 2015 I wrote about an interesting human rights complaint that had been started by three owners because of the date selected by their condominium and manager for the AGM. The owners claimed that they were discriminated against because the meeting was held on an important religious holiday for Muslims. They claimed that the condominium would never have held the meeting on another religion’s holiday, such as Christmas, and that they had been discriminated against because they were Muslims.  The decision has finally been released.     Read the article…………..


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