Reasonable Doubt: Condo Corporations Have to Accommodate People With Disabilities

The Ontario Human Rights Code provides that every person has a right to equal treatment in the occupancy of living accommodation (i.e., housing) without discrimination because of disability (among other things). In turn, accommodation providers have a corresponding duty to accommodate any person with a disability to the point of undue hardship. (The concept of “undue hardship” in this context is discussed in more detail below.)    Read the article…………


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