Telecom Firms Fend Off Human Rights Hearing

In a case rated “unusual”, telecom giants persuaded a federal judge to restrict a Canadian Human Rights Commission probe of industry practices. The federal case turned on a 2012 decision to investigate a blind Winnipeg councillor’s complaint: “I’m up against a trillion dollars in assets”.

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