Members of the Casitas Del Sol strata corporation have voted to mediate a settlement with a resident of the manufactured-home community on 115th street who lives with a disability.
Maureen Poucher, who became the corporation’s president in June of last year, said 54 members of the corporation attended a meeting on May 29 and agreed to settle a discrimination issue with Mick Shannon, a retired train engineer in his 60s who suffers from a type of lung disease known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). [...more]
Residents of the Casitas Del Sol manufactured home community on 115th Street will vote later this month on whether to proceed with a judicial review of a B.C. Human Rights Tribunal decision that found the community’s strata council guilty of discriminating against a physically disabled resident.
In December, the tribunal issued a decision stating the council discriminated against Mick Shannon, a retired train engineer in his 60s who suffers from a type of lung disease known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), by not allowing him to keep a solar screen installed on one of his home’s windows. [...more]