B LAW402 Lecture Notes - Bora Laskin, Plaintext, Wrongful Dismissal
The director of the alberta human rights and citizenship commission and john. Chiasson v. kellogg brown & root (canada) company (edited) Decision of the alberta court of appeal (for detailed facts of the case see the chambers judge decision immediately following) The appellant kellogg brown & root (canada) company ( kbr ) appeals the chambers judge"s decision to set aside the human rights panel"s determination that the respondent. John chiasson had not suffered discrimination under alberta"s human rights legislation. The chambers judge held that chiasson had been the victim of discrimination based on. Kbr"s perception that he suffered from drug addiction. We conclude that the chambers judge erred in law and made a palpable and overriding error in finding that kbr perceived chiasson to suffer from drug addiction. The panel held that no actual disability due to drug addiction was demonstrated.