Compiled List of HRTO Cases from canlii with Mr. Cecil Norman as Representative

from 2000-2018


2000-05-02: Margaret Chan vs Ontario Power Generation Inc
<http://canlii.ca/t/1r3wd>
Outcome: Interim Decision


2001-08-29: Karen Stevenson vs The Outsourcing Connection, The Creditrace Connection, and Ministry of Labour, Responding Parties.
<http://canlii.ca/t/6p36>


2004-05-31: Major v. Olymel
<http://canlii.ca/t/1h8cw>
Outcome:

HRTO Vice-Chair Tanja Wacyk writes:

'Mr. Norman submitted that he did not contest the officer's finding that Mr. Major had an agreement with the employees he supervised to let them off early if they met their production standards. However, he submitted that the officer's findings were deficient in that they failed to find that this was a common practice. However, Mr. Norman conceded that he had no evidence to support that submission.'

2004-03-04: Adelaida Asuncion vs Sunrise Assisted Living of Unionville
<http://canlii.ca/t/1gq07>
Outcome: Application Dismissed

HRTO Vice-Chair Tanja Wacyk writes:

'Ms. Asuncion testified that she did not ask that Ms. Zinner get back to her as she simply assumed she would. She also testified that Mr. Norman, her representative, had told her he would take care of it. However, she heard nothing more from the Employer. Nor did she make any further effort to communicate with Ms. Zinner.

When asked what shift Ms. Asuncion would have liked to work she testified that she would have liked to return to her initial schedule of three days and two nights. However, when asked if she had ever communicated this to anyone she indicated she had told only Mr. Norman. When asked if she was aware of whether Mr. Norman had communicated this to the Employer, Ms. Asuncion testified that she "did not really ask." '

2004-06-22: Elija Brenya vs Saint-Gobain Bayform Canada Inc., 2004
<http://canlii.ca/t/fxj4r>
Outcome: Application withdrawn


2005-03-11: Frank Ferrarelli vs Milk and Bread Drivers, Dairy Employees Caterers and Allied Employees, Local 647
<http://canlii.ca/t/1jzk9>
Outcome: Application dismissed

Written Reasons, Mr. Norman is cited as 'representative':
2005-03-30: Frank Ferrarelli vs Milk and Bread Drivers, Dairy Employees Caterers and Allied Employees, Local 647
<http://canlii.ca/t/1k2b5>
HRTO Vice-Chair Mary Anne McKellar writes:

' The applicant did not attend the consultation. The Board waited the customary half hour, and then his representative indicated that he would proceed in the absence of his client. His representative submitted that the Union should have proceeded with his grievance because it concluded that it would not be successful, but that the Union was not correct in this assessment.

The Board advised the applicant's representative that the Board's caselaw under section 74 of the Act holds that a bargaining agent does not have to be correct in its assessment of the merits of a grievance, but that it does have to turn its minds to the merits and to make a decision that, at its highest, must be reasonable. The applicant's representative agreed with this proposition.

The Board then asked the applicant's representative what was unreasonable about the Union's determination that the applicant's grievance was unlikely to succeed having regard to his lengthy (and undisputed) disciplinary record, including the last chance agreements. His response was that the Employer was obliged to accommodate the applicant and all aspects of his disability to the point of undue hardship, which meant to the point of bankruptcy. The Board noted that the applicant had apparently been terminated for insubordination, and his representative indicated that that was only a factor and that his client had special characteristics that had to be accommodated.

The Union and the Employer made brief responses to the above, highlighting facts that the Board has already set out.

In the Board's view, there was nothing unreasonable in the Union's determination that the applicant's termination grievance would not likely be successful, having regard to his lengthy disciplinary record, to the absence of any medical information suggesting he had a disability or required accommodation, and to the fact that the culminating incident for which he had been terminated related to insubordination and uttering threats to a supervisor rather than to anything that could logically be connected to any personal problem or disability.'

2005-12-06: Archibald v. Milk and Bread Drivers, Dairy Employees, Caterers and Allied Employees, Local Union 647
<http://canlii.ca/t/1m5m8>


2006-02-16: Bergie v. Employees' Association of Kodak Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/1mkz8>


2006-05-24: Ahmed vs National Importers Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/1nfqd>


2007-04-24: EnviroService Inc. v. Malek
<http://canlii.ca/t/1r9jm>


2008-06-16: Jeffers vs Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Canada Border Service Agency
<http://canlii.ca/t/1zf4k>


2009-04-16: Thao v. United Food and Commercial Workers Union, 2009 CanLII 17216 (ON LRB)
<http://canlii.ca/t/235cn>
Outcome:

HRTO Vice-Chair Tanja Wacyk writes:

'Mr. Norman's conduct in this matter, as well as his failure to provide any details regarding his inability to attend the consultation, would normally have resulted in my refusing to adjourn the matter to another day. However, it was apparent that the applicant has almost no facility with the English language, and would have been unable to represent himself had the matter proceeded. Consequently, I adjourned the consultation because of the significant disadvantage to the applicant had I not done so.'

2009-04-16: Ellis v. Magna Structural Systems Inc. (Modatek Systems)
<http://canlii.ca/t/frq9v>
Outcome: Application Dismissed as Mr. Norman 'did not appear' at the hearing on March 8, 2012. Again, at hearing on June 13, 2012, Mr. Norman did not appear.

HRTO Vice-Chair James Hayes writes:

'This matter was previously scheduled to be heard on March 8, 2012 at which time the applicant's representative, Cecil Norman, did not appear as the applicant expected. Mr. Norman is on the record on this file. The application was adjourned over the objection of the responding party after waiting for a considerable part of a day.
The matter came on for hearing again on June 13, 2012. The applicant and the responding party attended at the scheduled time and met with a Labour Relations Officer. Once again, Mr. Norman did not appear as expected by the applicant. The parties were advised that the Board would wait until 10.00 a.m. At 10.00 a.m. neither the applicant nor Mr. Norman appeared. Counsel for the responding party, at the request of the Board, conducted a search for the applicant.'

2009-07-10: Hilka Glaze vs Woodbine Entertainment Group, Sheila Galloro, Veena Rampersad and Gord Canning
<http://canlii.ca/t/24kvt>
Outcome: Interim Decision

2009-04-28: Glaze v. Woodbine Entertainment Group
<http://canlii.ca/t/23c38>


2009-09-04: Abbas Shroff vs Tipco Inc., John Ferrone, Satesh Shiwkaran and Rosemary Riina
<http://canlii.ca/t/24kvt>


2009-05-25: David Mills and Canadian Human Rights Commission and J.E. Culp Transport Inc.
<http://canlii.ca/t/fz6rh>


2009-07-10: Hilka Glaze vs Woodbine Entertainment Group, Sheila Galloro, Veena Rampersad and Gord Canning
<http://canlii.ca/t/24kvt>
Outcome: Interim Decision


2009-10-22: Asiamah vs Olymel S.E.C. / L.P,
<http://canlii.ca/t/26c6s>


2009-09-01: Chau v. Olymel, 2009 HRTO 1386
<http://canlii.ca/t/26c6s>


2009-09-01: Abdalla vs. Toronto District School Board >
<http://canlii.ca/t/23m6x>


2009-09-01: Iyamu vs Brampton Caledon Community Living
<http://canlii.ca/t/gtr58>


2009-09-25: Edwards vs Neoset Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/25sr8>


2009-01-07: McCrea vs Loblaw Companies Limited
<http://canlii.ca/t/223tl>


2009-09-25: Fortuno vs Chip Reit #23 Operations
<http://canlii.ca/t/25sr9>


2009-09-25: Naumovski vs United Food and Commercial Workers Canada, Local 1000A
<http://canlii.ca/t/1gg5q>


2009-05-11: Mani vs Mirolin Industries
<http://canlii.ca/t/23j2m>


2009-05-11: Barfi-Kwabena vs Knoll North America Corporation
<http://canlii.ca/t/23jfq>


2009-03-11: Allen vs Mississauga (City)
<http://canlii.ca/t/22r1p>


2009-03-16: Asante vs Plastcoat
<http://canlii.ca/t/22rqd>


2009-10-15: Delos Santos vs Maple Lodge Farms>
<
http://canlii.ca/t/26950>


2009-07-16: Saucier v. Smart Lazer Grafix
< http://canlii.ca/t/24qgz>


2009-04-28: Glaze v. Woodbine Entertainment Group
<http://canlii.ca/t/23c38>


2009-06-10: Byfield v. Fresh Start Foods Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/23ww7>


2010-09-07: Harold Guerrero vs Apollo Health & Beauty Care, Aziz Bhalloo and Sandy Dhillon
<http://canlii.ca/t/24kvt>
Outcome: Application dismissed


2010-02-09: Melissa Da Silva vs Silverbirch Hotel and Resorts Limited Partnership
<http://canlii.ca/t/283bt>
Outcome: Application Dismissed. Tribunal notes that 'Mr. Norman's drafting of the Statement of Particulars and Facts resulted in unnecessary confusion and delay at the hearing.'

HRTO Member Ailsa Jane Wiggins writes:

'When she filed her Application, the applicant was represented by Mr. Cecil Norman. On September 15, 2009, Mr. Norman advised the respondent's counsel that he was no longer representing the applicant. The applicant was self-represented at the hearing.

The applicant's original Complaint, which Mr. Norman assisted her in drafting, listed race and colour as well as family status. However, the first page of the Complaint notes that the "complainant's representative consented to the following changes to the complaint: … Remove race and colour as prohibited grounds." Despite the removal of race and colour as prohibited grounds with Mr. Norman's express consent, the Statement of Particulars and Facts, Issues and Remedies prepared and signed by Mr. Norman on March 30, 2009, and filed with the Tribunal, contains references to discrimination on the basis of race and colour.

The applicant testified that the Application was about discrimination on family status only and the hearing proceeded on that basis. In addition, the applicant testified that certain allegations in the Statement of Particulars and Facts were incorrect. The applicant said that she had never seen the Statement of Particulars and Facts filed by Mr. Norman.

The Tribunal is concerned that Mr. Norman's drafting of the Statement of Particulars and Facts resulted in unnecessary confusion and delay at the hearing. It is the expectation of the Tribunal that representatives have reviewed pleadings with their clients prior to submitting them to the Tribunal.

2010-07-22: Alfred Bageya vs Dyadem International Ltd.
<http://canlii.ca/t/2brrr>
Outcome:Decision

HRTO Vice-Chair Ken Bhattacharjee writes:

'The applicant's representative acknowledged that he had not delivered the applicant's documents in a timely manner, but submitted that they should not be struck from the record because he would only be relying upon documents that were generated by the respondent. He also submitted that there was no need to adjourn the hearing, and that the respondent did not present any evidence that it incurred an additional $500 in legal costs.

In reply, the respondent's counsel submitted that the applicant's disclosure package included documents that were not generated by the respondent and had never been seen by the respondent.

I ruled that the applicant would only be allowed to rely upon documents in his disclosure package that the respondent had in its possession prior to his delivery of documents. Given my ruling, I denied the respondent's request for an adjournment. I also denied the respondent's request for costs. The Tribunal has no jurisdiction to award costs. See Dunn v. United Transportation Union, Local 104, 2008 HRTO 405 (CanLII).'

2010-04-29: Roy Sutton vs United Food and Commercial Workers Canada, Local 175
<http://canlii.ca/t/29jjg>
Outcome: Decision: Applications Dimissed.


2010-12-02: Syed vs Khetia Pharmacy
<http://canlii.ca/t/2dqtk>


2010-11-05: Ellington vs Ontario (Community and Social Services)
<http://canlii.ca/t/2d6p2>


2010-09-13: Dixon vs Corporation of the City of Mississauga
<http://canlii.ca/t/2ckbh>


2010-10-27: R. vs Bader
<http://canlii.ca/t/2f36x>


2010-07-21: Pollard vs Dafco Filtration Group
<http://canlii.ca/t/2br0p>


2010-11-05: Amurao vs Ontario (Community and Social Services
<http://canlii.ca/t/2d6mt>


2010-11-05: Parker vs Mississauga
<http://canlii.ca/t/2dvln>


2010-11-10: Latanville v. Gilbert Steel
< http://canlii.ca/t/2d83l>


2010-09-22: John v. Gateway Property Manage
< http://canlii.ca/t/2cqfn>


2010-08-31: Ajayi v. Roxboro Business Services
<http://canlii.ca/t/22pnm>


2010-08-31: Pereira v. Daf'd Restaurants
<http://canlii.ca/t/2c8bs>


2011-09-09: Wei Huan (Joyce) Ren vs Leon's Furniture Limited, Paul Bansal, Ravi Xavier, Rick Studley, and Lynne Van Opynen
<http://canlii.ca/t/fn34x>
Outcome: Decision: Application Dismissed


2011-09-06: Winston vs University Health Networks
<http://canlii.ca/t/fn18r>


2011-09-06: Silverio vs CAW/TCA Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/1prcr>


2011-08-25: Shaffick vs The Oakville Club Ltd.
<http://canlii.ca/t/fn0hw>


2011-08-15: Oproiu vs ATG Communications Group
<http://canlii.ca/t/fmr39>


2011-04-08: Dixon vs Mississauga City
<http://canlii.ca/t/fl07p>


2011-05-16: Brown vs United Steelworkers of America, Local 9042
<http://canlii.ca/t/fljcj>


2011-02-25: Shaffick vs Oakville Club
<http://canlii.ca/t/2fzc5>


2011-05-12: Shaffick vs The Oakville Club Ltd
<http://canlii.ca/t/fldwv>


2011-12-23: Masco Retail Cabinet Group LLC v. Kumarsingh >
<
http://canlii.ca/t/fphj9>


2011-01-24: Cann v. Rona Ontario
< http://canlii.ca/t/2fdrs >


2011-06-10: Brown v. Loblaw Companies Limited
<http://canlii.ca/t/flvjn>


2012-02-24: Althea Elrington vs Saint Elizabeth Health Care, Shirlee Sharkey, Susan Walsh and Christina Bowen
<http://canlii.ca/t/fs7w3>
Outcome: Application Dismissed.

HRTO Vice-Chair Brian Cook writes:

'Cecil Norman, who is on the record as the applicant's representative, sent a letter to the Tribunal on January 25, 2012 acknowledging receipt of the Case Assessment Direction and the Notice of Summary Hearing and asking for an extension of the time for filing documents. The Tribunal has not subsequently been contacted, or received any correspondence from the applicant or her representative'
2012-08-02: Althea Elrington vs Saint Elizabeth Health Care, Shirlee Sharkey, Susan Walsh and Christina Bowen
<http://canlii.ca/t/fs7w3>
Outcome: Reconsideration Decision of Application as Application was dismissed.


HRTO Vice-chair Brian Cook writes:
'There is still no explanation for why Mr. Norman did not contact the Tribunal to advise that he would not be attending the summary hearing. However, in the circumstances of this case, I do not believe it would be fair to hold the applicant to account for the conduct of her representative.'

2012-07-24: Gary Trevors vs Homestead Land Holdings Limited, Martin Woock, Jim Minnes, Jeff Rychel and John Papini
<http://canlii.ca/t/fs5cb>
Outcome: Interim Decision


2012-12-12: Charlene Parker vs The Corporation of the City of Mississauga, Dara Marcoccia and Rohan Abbey
<http://canlii.ca/t/fv8tw>
Outcome: Interim Decision. Mr. Norman no longer representing Applicant. Applicant self-represent.
Vice-Chair Brian Eyolfson writes:

'On November 23, 2012, the Tribunal received a letter from the applicant's representative, Mr. Cecil Norman, advising that he was no longer representing the applicant in this matter.

On November 29, 2012, following receipt of Mr. Norman's November 23, 2012 letter, the City and Ms. Marcoccia requested, with the applicant's consent, that the currently scheduled hearing dates be adjourned to February 2013. They indicated that the applicant advised that she has been in contact with the Human Rights Legal Support Centre ('HRLSC'), and that she is seeking alternate counsel. They explained that the adjournment request was submitted on consent in the interests of allowing the applicant sufficient time to prepare, so that efficient use can be made of the parties', as well as the Tribunal's, time and resources.

However, in the present case, the applicant was represented by Mr. Norman since the initial filing of the Application and until he advised just recently, on November 23, 2012, that he was no longer representing the applicant. There is no indication that the applicant decided to change representatives at this late stage in the proceedings. Furthermore, while the applicant is not required to have a representative at the hearing, she has been in contact with the HRLSC and is presently seeking alternate counsel.'

2012-09-05: Mohamed Husain vs Tortoise Restaurant Group, Robert Lefebvre, Terry Campbell, Clarke Lishman, Stuart Beeston, Gail Wright and Chris Ferrin
<http://canlii.ca/t/fsl54>
Outcome: Interim Decisions. Applicant respresents himself without Mr. Norman at HRTO.

HRTO Vice-Chair Alison Renton writes:

'According to the information on the Tribunal's file, the applicant is represented by Cecil Norman, paralegal, and the respondents (apart from Chris Ferringo) are represented by Paul Wearing, counsel. Mr. Ferringo is self-represented.

On August 31, 2012, the applicant himself, and not his representative, faxed a letter to the Tribunal requesting an adjournment of the hearing ("the August 31 adjournment request"). No supporting or medical documentation was provided. Despite Rule 1.12 of the Tribunal's Rules of Procedure, which requires that parties communicating with the Tribunal in writing are required to deliver a copy of their written communication to their other parties, it did not appear that the applicant provided a copy of the August 31 adjournment request to the respondents. His representative, however, was copied. ...

Before determining the August 31 adjournment request, the Tribunal directed the applicant's representative, forthwith, to confirm whether or not he is still representing the applicant, and if so, to advise the Tribunal whether or not an adjournment request was still being requested. The applicant's representative was directed to email this information to the Tribunal, copying counsel for the respondents and Mr. Ferringo (who is not represented by counsel for the other respondents).

As of the issuance of this Interim Decision, the Tribunal has not heard from Mr. Norman, the applicant's representative, or from Mr. Ferringo, a personal respondent.'

2012-12-05: Mohamed Husain vs Tortoise Restaurant Group, Robert Lefebvre, Terry Campbell, Clarke Lishman, Stuart Beeston, Gail Wright and Chris Ferringo
<http://canlii.ca/t/fv6ng>
Outcome: Decision. Applications dismissed. Vice-Chair notes that Applicant and/or representative's conduct 'constitutes an abuse of the Tribunal's processes such that the Applications are dismissed'.

HRTO Vice-Chair Alison Rention writes:

'The applicant is represented by Cecil Norman, the personal respondent Chris Ferringo is self-represented, and the remaining personal respondents and the corporate respondent are represented by Paul Wearing.'

'[31] For the third hearing date, neither the applicant nor his representative appeared at the hearing and no explanation for their non-attendance has been provided to the Tribunal. While there is a medical note indicating that the applicant was not able to attend school or work on the date of the hearing, neither the applicant nor his representative requested an adjournment prior to the hearing date. In fact the representative had been advised by a Tribunal staff person shortly before the Tribunal received the medical documentation that the hearing was proceeding as scheduled.

[32] In these circumstances, and bearing in mind the Tribunal's responsibility to ensure that public resources are used effectively and an applicant's responsibilities pertaining to the legal process he or she commenced, the Tribunal finds that the applicant's conduct, and/or that of his representative, constitutes an abuse of the Tribunal's processes such that the Applications are dismissed.

2012-04-16: Jonathan Cann vs Rona Incorporated, Rona Ontario Incorporated, Noble Trade Incorporated
<http://canlii.ca/t/fr2m9>
Outcome: Decision: Application Dismissed.


2012-06-11: Pyke vs Spring Garden Baptist Church
<http://canlii.ca/t/frqp4>


2012-01-19: R. vs Bader
<httphttp://canlii.ca/t/fppg8>


2012-01-19: Timmins vs Metro Ontario Inc.,
<http://canlii.ca/t/gnclm>


2012-09-11: Bailey-Shillingford vs Staples Canada
<http://canlii.ca/t/fspz4>


2012-06-28: Courtney v. Faurecia Automotive Seating Canada Ltd
<http://canlii.ca/t/frwh6>


2012-03-14: Bello v. Toronto Transit Com
<http://canlii.ca/t/fwmt8>


2012-10-26: Tulloch v. Superior Facility Services (1084408
<http://canlii.ca/t/ftkz7>


2013-05-16: Gary Trevors vs Homestead Land Holdings Limited, Martin Woock, Jim Minnes Jeff Rychel and John Papini
<http://canlii.ca/t/fxj4r>
Outcome: Reconsideration Decision of Dismissed Application: Vice-Chair notes that communication went 'astray' as Mr. Norman 'failed to advise the Tribunal ... he was no longer representing the applicant'.


HRTO Vice-Chair Brian Cook writes:

'On February 8, 2012, the respondents' counsel wrote to the Tribunal, copied to Mr. Norman, asking about the status of the hearing as nothing had been heard from the applicant.

The Application was dismissed on the basis that the applicant had abandoned the Application. The Reconsideration Request makes clear that the applicant had not abandoned the Application and had no intention of doing so. Throughout the processing of the Application, all communication from the Tribunal was sent to Mr. Norman, who was identified as the applicant's representative. The only communication that was sent directly to the applicant was the February 14, 2013 Decision dismissing the Application.

There is no explanation for why Mr. Norman failed to advise the Tribunal and the respondents at the point that he was no longer representing the applicant although it appears that he may have understood that the applicant was going to be represented by the Human Rights Legal Support Centre. Since the applicant was not in fact represented by the Centre, the Centre did not advise the Tribunal of their involvement or potential involvement.

It is clear that the applicant failed to advise the Tribunal of his change of address. However, until the point that Mr. Norman no longer represented him that was not necessary as the Tribunal had contact information for the applicant's representative and had not attempted to contact him directly. While the applicant should have informed the Tribunal and the respondents about his change of address, Mr. Norman should also have told the Tribunal and the respondents that he was no longer representing the applicant and he should have reminded the applicant of the importance of updating his information with the Tribunal and the respondents.'

2013-05-16: Garry Latanville vs Gilbert Steel Limited and Gary Gilbert
<http://canlii.ca/t/23cwv>
Outcome: Hearing to be Scheduled

HRTO Member Jim Dimovski writes:

'While I share the respondents' concern about the applicant's failure to comply with the disclosure obligations contained in the Rules, for which Mr. Norman must take responsibility, I do not agree the allegations contained in the underlying complaint were particularly vague or technical. The applicant's disclosures, while late, were what would be anticipated in an application of this nature. In the end, Mr. McDonald was able to conduct a very successful and effective cross-examination of the applicant.'

2013-05-28: Tarjinderjit Ghumaan vs ASCO Manufacturing Limited and Jay Friedman
<http://canlii.ca/t/fxqd>
Outcome: Interim Decision. Applicant's request to reactivate Application denied.

2016-02-24: Tarjinderjit Ghumaan vs ASCO Manufacturing Limited and Jay Friedman
<http://canlii.ca/t/gnhxh>
Outcome: Interim Decision. Applicant 'seems to have abandoned the Application. The Application is dismissed'.


2013-03-06: Diane Malabre vs LMC Endocrinology Centres (Toronto) Ltd.
<http://canlii.ca/t/fwg51>
Outcome: Decision

2014-12-02: Diane Malabre vs LMC Endocrinology Centres (Toronto) Ltd.
<http://canlii.ca/t/gfjhx>
Outcome: Decision


2013-01-04: Abudlle vs National Car Rental
<http://canlii.ca/t/fvj73>


2013-05-07: Tulloch vs Superior Facilyt Services (1084408)
<http://canlii.ca/t/fxj4k>


2013-06-06: Castillo vs The Travel Corporation
<http://canlii.ca/t/fz4k8>


2013-03-13: Bello vs Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 113
<http://canlii.ca/t/fwmtw>


2015-10-06: Robin Royeton vs Ontario Principals' Council and Ian McFarlane

< http://canlii.ca/t/gljl9>
Outcome: Case Dismissed


2015-02-02: Andrew Samuels v. Verdi Alliance Group of Companies (Alliance Holdings Ltd.)
<http://canlii.ca/t/gg5b4>
Outcome: Interim Decision


2015-05-12: Andrew Samuels v. Verdi Alliance Group of Companies (Alliance Holdings Ltd.)
<http://canlii.ca/t/ghlbg>


2015-07-06: Ruth Echevarria vs Whole Foods Market Canada Inc., Chris Goodfellow and Lisa Slater
<http://canlii.ca/t/gjwk4>
Outcome: Interim Decision
Vice-Chair Brian Cook writes:


2015-11-13: Royeton vs Ontario Principals' Council
<http://canlii.ca/t/gm3ss>


2015-06-23: Timmins v. Metro Ontario Inc
< http://canlii.ca/t/gjrcc>


2016-05-12: Robin Royeton vs Toronto District School Board, Sir Robert L. Borden Business & Technical Institute, Andrea Alimi and Anthony Hack

< http://canlii.ca/t/grr33>
Outcome: Case Dismissed


2016-05-05: Jennifer Morrison vs Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre and Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union
<http://canlii.ca/t/grr4k>
Outcome: Interim Decision. Applicant ordered to file particulars in seven (7) days, so by May 12, 2016.

HRTO Vice-Chair Jo-Anne Pickel writes:

'b. The applicant is ordered to deliver to the respondent and file with the Tribunal the particulars described in para. 10 above no later than 7 days from the date of this Interim Decision.'

2016-05-18: Jennifer Morrison vs Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre and Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union
<http://canlii.ca/t/grr4k>
Outcome: Interim Decision. Applicant needs to file particulars as ordered
Vice-Chair Jo-Anne Pickel writes:

'd. It appears that the applicant has not filed with the Tribunal the particulars I ordered in my last Interim Decision. She must file these particulars immediately and no later than May 20, 2016.'

2016-03-31: Ontario Inc. operating as Sportsman's Motel v Shania Biron Parisee
<http://canlii.ca/t/gp8cb>


2016-12-07: Woudenberg vs Sheridan College Institute Technology and Advanced Learning
<http://canlii.ca/t/gw0kp>


2016-05-16: Aggarwal vs Sheridan College
<http://canlii.ca/t/h3w5l>


2016-05-05: Morrison vs Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre
<http://canlii.ca/t/gr7s3>


2016-09-15: Iyamu vs Brampton Caledon Community Living
<http://canlii.ca/t/gtr58>


2017-02-06: Ann Bachinski vs Highland Farms Inc.
<http://canlii.ca/t/gxfnm>
Outcome: Interim Decision


2017-10-30: Parkinson vs. Toronto Transit Commision (Toronto) Ltd.
<http://canlii.ca/t/hmvsh>


2017-10-20: Nagre vs Citigroup Fund Services Canada, Inc.,
<http://canlii.ca/t/hmqbw>


2017-02-06: Edmonson vs Matrix Logistics Services Ltd
<http://canlii.ca/t/gxf0z>


2018-01-08: Van Woundenberg vs Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
<http://canlii.ca/t/hpqt8>


2018-04-19: Lazo vs Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board
<http://canlii.ca/t/hrp7d>


2018-02-07: Persuad vs Sheridan College Institute of Technology
<http://canlii.ca/t/hqwhn>


2018-02-07: Anderson vs Loyalty One Co
<http://canlii.ca/t/gjgrf>


2018-04-05: Stafford vs Sheridan College
<http://canlii.ca/t/hrftd>