In what circumstances will the respondent exclude evidence of Facebook posts made by the applicant during her cross examination?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Lougheed v. Little Buddies Preschool Centre, 2015 HRTO 909 (CanLII):

In reply, the applicant points out that the respondent did not put the evidence of the September 22, 2013 Facebook postings to the applicant during her cross examination and this evidence should be excluded under the rule in Browne v. Dunn. DECISION

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