In the recent decision of TWU v Telus Communcitations Inc, 2014 ABCA 154, the Alberta Court of Appeal addressed the issues of when accommodation is required and whether there is a procedural duty to accommodate, in Alberta human rights legislation.

The employee was unionized and worked in a call centre. During the probationary

A recent decision by the Federal Court of Appeal in Canada (Human Rights Commission) v Canada (Attorney General) (Cruden) has suggested that there is no procedural duty that exists separate and apart from the substantive duty to accommodate an employee with a disability.

Cruden involved an employee of the Canadian International Development Agency (“CIDA”).  The