Union Challenges $20K Limit

The largest federal public sector union is challenging a $20,000 cap on damages for breach of human rights law. The Public Service Alliance of Canada in a Federal Court claim said the maximum payout set decades ago was unconstitutional: “This legislation has prevented federally regulated employees and their human rights claimants from obtaining full compensation.”

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