Ranjan Agarwal examines the Federal Court of Appeal's decisions in Canada
(AG) v. Johnstone and Canadian National Railway Company v. Seeley, which
find that the ground of family status under the Canadian Human Rights Act
extends to parental obligations, but places limits on the scope of the duty to
accommodate through the test for a prima facie case of discrimination. Published in Volume XX, No. 4 in Charter and Human Rights Litigation by Federated Press.