Sorry, I missed that post / linkagehugh_da_man wrote: ↑Dec 12th, 2017 11:16 amI was referring to the links to the case in Ontario that raider was commenting on. It's a clear case of discrimination based on ethnicity and religion but the OHRC allows you to discriminate if you have some identity to discriminate by.
I believe the case in the OP is in Winnipeg so I'm not sure how the OHRC applies...
In that partcular Ontario Case, it is not considered discrimination because it is deemed to be similar to a Co-op / Social Club or Organization “the Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace” which is no doubt how the property is registered
Sucks for the guy in the wheelchair, but if was to say find a subsidized spot in a building run by an organization like The Rotary / Lions / or Shriners... the rules under the OHRC would apply in exactly the same way