43 The reasons for decision of McLachlin J. in Weber v. Ontario Hydro emphasize that where the arbitration board under a grievance proceeding has jurisdiction, there is no room for concurrent jurisdiction in the courts. But that case has no application. This is not a case of concurrent jurisdiction, but one where the only jurisdiction is other than the arbitration process under the collective agreement. THE HUMAN RIGHTS ADJUDICATION ROUTE
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