Strata owners looking to set language precedent at B.C. Human Rights Tribunal

A group of condo owners in Richmond has won the right to take their case to the Human Rights Tribunal. They’re angry their strata meetings are being held in mandarin only. And even though most of the owners are mandarin speaking, the others say they have a right to know what’s going on.     Read the article……….


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