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APPEALS AND JUDICIAL REVIEW - Standard of review - Reasonableness

Thursday, June 14, 2018 @ 1:52 PM  

Appeal from a judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal affirming a decision of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (Tribunal) dismissing complaints based on the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA). The complaints alleged that the legislative entitlements to registration under the Indian Act were discriminatory practices prohibited by the Canadian Human Rights Act. In two separate decisions, the Tribunal determined that the complaints were a direct attack on the Indian Act and dismissed the complaints. At issue was, first, whether deference was owed to a human...