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The Scope of Religious Accommodation
September 26, 2009
The accommodation of difference remains one of the most difficult issues in equality law. The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently decided in Markovic v. Autocom Manufacturing Ltd. that the duty to accommodate employees' religious leaves does not require employers to provide non-Western Christians two paid days off for such leave. Ranjan Agarwal examines this decision. "The Scope of Religious Accommodation" (2009) Charter and Human Rights Litigation 16:1 at 1258.