What is the threshold for a complainant to meet on a s. 27(1)(c) application?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Cardosa v. Porcupine Wood Products and others, 2014 BCHRT 129 (CanLII):

The threshold for a complainant to meet on a s. 27(1)(c) application is low. The complainant must only show that the evidence takes the case out of the realm of conjecture, Hill v. WCAT, (2011) BCCA 49, para. 27.

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