Can the very nature of sexual harassment be sufficient to establish that the sex of the applicant was a factor in the adverse treatment?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Anderson v. Law Help Ltd., 2016 HRTO 1683 (CanLII):

With respect to the fourth part of the test, the very nature of the sexual harassment can be sufficient to establish that the sex of the applicant was a factor in the adverse treatment. See Friedmann v. MacGarvie, 2012 BCCA 445 at paras. 31-32.

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