A discussion of damages at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. A policy argument that current conventional damages are too low to effectively accomplish the Codes objectives. A good explanation of how damages are determined. Contrasts the damages consequences of perusing a claim iat the Tribunal vs. Court.
Discusses the difficulty in crafting a systemic remedy that is enforceable and the Supreme Court of Canada’s retreat from the issuance of systemic remedies even in a case like Moore where there appeared to be systemic discrimination.