Is medical treatment that prevents a party from attending a hearing sufficient to cause the adjournment of a hearing?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Wolfe v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2018 HRTO 1791 (CanLII):

Medical treatment that prevents a party from being able to attend a hearing is the kind of extraordinary circumstance that justifies the granting of an adjournment. See, for example, Moore v. Ferro & Company, 2014 HRTO 296.

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