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Campbell v. Revera Retirement LP, 2014 ONSC 3233 (CanLII)

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Revera Retirement LP

The Court upheld the decision of the HRTO, which awarded the Applicant $5000 in damages for a procedural breach of the Human Rights Code. The Applicant appealed the decision alleging that she should have been awarded notice and severance under the Employment Standards Act that recognized her 23 years of service with the Employer. The Court ruled that a complaint made pursuant to the Human Rights Code does not stand as a replacement for all other claims.  She could have opted to pursue her grievance instead. 

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