Her Majesty the Queen’s application before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has been dismissed.
In a July 25 decision, Tribunal Vice-chair David Muir agreed with counsel for Pro Bono Law Ontario, that the application — from a man who had legally changed his name recently, to “Her Majesty the Queen” — had no reasonable prospect of success.
“The applicant can point to no evidence which would tend to support his claim of discrimination on the basis of disability or association with a member of a protected group,” Muir found.
Pro Bono had refused to assist with a civil claim for outstanding wages as the Monarch. Queen said the refusal was a denial of service based on a disability, that of mental disability.
The case is indexed as the Queen v. Pro Bono Law Ontario, 2014 HRTO 1092 (CanLII)
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