Condo corporations are responsible for complying with the Ontario Human Rights Code in a variety of different capacities; as an employer, non-profit business entity and a housing provider. Under the Ontario Human Rights Code, condo corporations are required to respect and accommodate the human rights of their workers and residents to the point of undue hardship. The threshold for what is “undue hardship” is a complex legal matter, requiring a detailed review of the unique factors of each situation.
Lash Condo Law’s Human Rights Guide provides practical information that condo managers and directors should know about the human rights issues they may encounter. Click here to download your free guide.