For the Tribunal to dismiss a complaint under s. 27(1)(d)(ii) of the Code, you must show:
Proceeding with the complaint would not further the purposes of the Code
The purposes of the Code are set out in s. 3. They include preventing discrimination, providing remedies for discrimination, and promoting a society without barriers “to full and free participation in the economic, social, political and cultural life of British Columbia.”
The purposes of the Code may be met without a complaint proceeding to a hearing, including for the reasons set out in Information Sheets DA6-DA9, that the complaint has already been remedied or settled, or the respondent has made a reasonable settlement offer refused by the complainant.
The Tribunal has also dismissed complaints under s. 27(1)(d)(ii) of the Code in other circumstances such as where:
The Tribunal may consider factors including: