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The article addresses the tension created by the Supreme Courts's S.15 tests of adverse effects discrimination and there potential to effect the judicial definition of prima facia discrimination under human rights codes. It further discusses how this was resolved with a restatement of the test in the Moore case.
Article discusses the SCC adoption and continued recognition of the social model of disability through various disability equality cases.
The article gives a significant review of the OHRT adjudication of requests for anonymity in disability cases and discussed the risk of disclosure. It further discusses the balancing of the open courts principle vrs. the right to privacy; the right to privacy vrs. freedom of the press.