Henderson was hired at $200/month and was due to manage the new mill when it opened. The new contract was to be $2500 per annum but he was dismissed without notice. The courts awarded him $600 which was upheld at the Vancouver appeal.
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Husband A filed for divorce on grounds of wife’s infidelity. They had separated over disagreements about the raising of their son and during the separation, the wife had had an affair with a lodger in her mother’s house.
Stoppes had applied for membership at Just Ladies Fitness, Metrotown and was denied based on his sex. The courts ruled against Stoppes as he was not adversely affected and no dignity had been lost.
An employee at Viterra had been dismissed for failing to attend work on numerous occasions. The employee had had an operation resulting in an absence and was having to deal with numerous problems with his son
Edith Brien had entered the men’s portion of the bar to sell socks. The proprietor had asked her to leave and had “handled” her in a way which was not proven but which may have led to her falling outside the door. Edith was looking for damages, the court ruled in favor of the Astoria.