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Cutting off workers from benefits at 65 unconstitutional, human rights tribunal rules

June 05, 2018

The Toronto Star reports on a decision of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario in which the Tribunal held that cutting workers off health, dental, and life insurance benefits when they turn 65 is unconstitutional.

The Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations intervened in the case in support of the applicant, a high school teacher whose benefits had been cancelled when he turned 65.

Read a summary of the case here.


Emma Phillips, Daniel Sheppard

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Human Rights Law