Advancing true equality in the defence of BC taxpayers
In 2005, the BC Human Rights Tribunal decided that the BC Ministry of Education had discriminated against Jeffrey Moore by failing to provide him with a publicly funded program tailored for dyslexic children when the Ministry de-funded the program during budget cuts in the 1990s. Now at the SCC, this case will decide whether the BC Human Rights Tribunal has the authority to dictate what services the BC government provides and at what cost to BC taxpayers.
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