Is there any case law where an application has been successful in the social area of a human rights tribunal?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Etuke v. William Osler Health System, 2017 HRTO 1646 (CanLII):

However, in order to engage the social area of “services”, there must be some sort of service relationship between an applicant and a respondent. As held in Pinkofskys, above at para. 10, and Padayachee v. Peel Children’s Aid Society, 2010 HRTO 709 at para. 12, and a mere interaction between the parties is not enough to show a service relationship exists.

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