Bulletin matinal de droit de l’éducation

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Novembre 2011

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Board Ordered to Pay a Proportional Share of Teacher’s Hearing Aid

Gillian Tuck Kutarna

Modification of the work and the workplace found not to be enough in meeting the duty to accommodate a disability. When the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board refused to pay for a digital hearing aid for a severely hearing impaired...

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Accommodation Must be Adequate Not Ideal

Nadya Tymochenko

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has continued to clarify its role with respect to students with special needs.  In this case, the Applicant, through his mother as litigation guardian, alleged that he was not sufficiently accommodated when attending an...

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Student Witnesses Might be Necessary to Prove Case

Nadya Tymochenko

In a recent arbitral decision involving the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board and Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association, the sufficiency of evidence was considered by an arbitrator when evaluating the discipline imposed on a teacher. The...

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When is a Record Collected and Used? Case Note: Privacy Complaint No. MC08-91 and MC08-92, City of Vaughn

Gillian Tuck Kutarna

A couple of residents of the City of Vaughn, with a robust history of unsolicited contact with City staff and elected representatives, recently made a claim that when the City sent their correspondence to legal counsel for an opinion on...

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