The Human Rights Act and your Rental Property Business

25- year old Jamaican-Canadian Chayron Rennie took his landlord to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) for discrimination charges — and won. He was awarded Awarded $4,927 in compensation for ‘injury to dignity, feelings, and self-respect.’ (Source: Chhabra, Sameer, “This Windsor man took a rental discrimination case to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and won.” CBC, 2020)

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Nelda Schulte is a freelance writer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who specializes in real estate.

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Nelda Schulte

Nelda Schulte

Nelda Schulte is a freelance writer based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who specializes in real estate.

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