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Badour v. Provincial Health Services Authority and others (No. 2), 2013 BCHRT 11

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The complainant alleged that he had been discriminated against. The employee was an employee of the Health Authority. Xerox Canada provided services to the Health Authority and directed the employee’s activities. Xerox defended on the basis that it was not the employer and, in the alternative, none of the activities in managing the Complainant were in relation to his disability. The complaint was dismissed as against Xerox. Link to decision:  Badour v. Provincial Health Services Authority and others (No. 2), 2013 BCHRT 11

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