Human Rights, Extraordinary Remedies: New Case Highlights Advantages For Employees of Using Human Rights over the Court System

A recent Human Rights case highlights the vastly different remedies available to employees in the Human Rights system versus the civil courts. After a 13-day hearing, the complainant in Pratt v University of Alberta received: compensation for 18 months’ lost wages, well exceeding pay in lieu of reasonable notice; general damages, including for mental distress; … Read more