What is the test for determinations under s. 27(1)(b) of the BC Human Rights Code?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from N obo S v. T and a School District, 2006 BCHRT 546 (CanLII):

As noted by the Tribunal in Bailey v. B.C. (Min. of Attorney General) (No. 2), 2006 BCHRT 168, determinations under s. 27(1)(b) are made on the basis of the allegations set out on the face of the complaint, without reference to any alternative evidence or explanation which the respondents may put forward (at para. 12).

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