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Heilman v. First Canada (No. 3), 2011 BCHRT 260

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In this decision, the Human Rights Tribunal awarded costs for improper conduct on the part of the complainant after the complainant continued to make inappropriate comments in his submissions, using inflammatory, derogatory, disrespectful language after being warned by the Tribunal to cease and desist from doing so. Link to decision:  Heilman v. First Canada (No. 3), 2011 BCHRT 260


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