Tribunal hearings

A tribunal hearing provides the parties an opportunity to tell the tribunal their positions. The tribunal is a neutral decision-maker with experience, knowledge, and training in human rights laws and issues. The upcoming tribunal hearing schedule is available.

Format of hearings

The tribunal may decide to hold the tribunal hearing in person or virtually using Zoom.


You have the option of representing yourself or finding someone to help you present your case during the tribunal hearing process.

A lawyer or other authorized representative may act on your behalf by preparing your case and making arguments during the hearing. If you decide to have a lawyer or someone else who charges a fee represent you, you will be responsible for paying that fee.

A party to a complaint who is under 18 years of age, or who lacks the mental capacity to participate in the process, may be represented by a litigation representative.


Revised: March 12, 2021

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