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Case

United Steelworkers v. Tim Hortons Inc.

Date

2015-11-05

Abstract

IN THE MATTER OF the Human Rights Code
R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 210 (as amended)

AND IN THE MATTER OF a complaint before
the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

Between

United Steelworkers on behalf of workers
from the Philippines currently
andformerly employed through the temporary
foreign worker program at 658380
B.C. Ltd. doing business as Tim Hortons
in Fernie, British Columbia,
Complainants,

and

Tim Hortons Inc., TDL Group Corp., 658350
B.C. Ltd. doing business as Tim
Hortons, Pierre Joseph Pelletier and Kristin
Hovind-Pelletier, Respondents

Parallel citation

2015 BCHRT 168

File Attachments

Economic sectors

Sales and service occupations - general

Content types

Policy analysis, Documented cases of abuse, and Current Policy

Target groups

(Im)migrants workers

Geographical focuses

British Columbia, Philippines, and National relevance

Languages

English