Canadian woman with lung disease wins human rights complaint over condo neighbour’s smoking
In B.C., a woman with lung disease was exposed to drifting smoke from a neighbouring condominium unit. Her complaints were not remedied. On March 5, 2019, the BC Human Rights Tribunal ruled that this violated the BC Human Rights Code for discrimination on the basis of disability. The tribunal ordered that the strata cease the contravention and pay $7,500.
The decision in Bowker v Strat Plan NWS 2539 can be seen here
A news article can be seen here