McConnell v YTG – Public Service Commission and Dept. of Justice (March 1999, Board of Adjudication Decision)

**Note: The listed provisions of the Yukon Human Rights Act (“the Act”) do not reflect the current legislation. Following the Board’s decision on McConnell v YTG, the Complainant wrote the Yukon Human Rights Board of Adjudication (“the Board”) asking it to consider the following outstanding matters: Whether the Board had the power to reconvene after…

McConnell v YTG – Public Service Commission and Dept. of Justice (September 1998 Board of Adjudication Decision on Preliminary Issue)

**Note: The listed provisions of the Yukon Human Rights Act (“the Act”) do not reflect the current legislation. The Complainant was employed by the Government of Yukon (“the Respondent”). Several years into her employment, she was diagnosed with depression resulting in long term disability. As a result, the Complainant request and was granted a two-year…

Yukon (Human Rights Commission) v Yukon Order of Pioneers, Dawson Lodge #1, 100 DLR (4th) 596 (March 1993, Court of Appeal decision) and Gould v. Yukon Order of Pioneers, [1996] 1 S.C.R. 571 (1996 Supreme Court of Canada Decision)

**Note: The listed provisions of the Yukon Human Rights Act (“the Act”) do not reflect the current legislation. The Supreme Court of Yukon’s (“Supreme Court”) decision pertaining Gould v Yukon Order of Pioneers, Dawson Lodge#1 and Groner, and Yukon Status of Women Council was appealed to the Court of Appeal (“the Court”). The Court rejected…

Hockley v Government of Yukon Public Service Commission and Yukon Government Employee’s Union (June 1992 Board of Adjudication decision)

**Note: The listed provisions of the Yukon Human Rights Act (“the Act”) do not reflect the current legislation. The Complainant was an employee of the Government of Yukon and a member of the Yukon Government Employee’s Union (“the Union”). During this time, he divorced from his wife. The couple were granted joint “guardianship” of the…

Gould v Yukon Order of Pioneers, Dawson Lodge #1 and Groner, and Yukon Status of Women Council (January 1989 Board of Adjudication decision)

**Note: The listed provisions of the Yukon Human Rights Act (“the Act”) do not reflect the current legislation. The Complainant was a female and she made an application to join the Respondent organization as a member. Her application was rejected on the basis of her gender. The Respondent organization’s constitution and tradition deemed that its…