This information sheet gives you information you need to apply to fast track or change the process.
This information sheet tells you:
The usual process for a complaint includes these steps:
The Tribunal sets dates for these steps. The dates can depend on:
A participant may want the process to be faster than usual. Usually, this is because the situation is urgent.
- The respondent evicted the complainant. The complainant doesn’t want to move out.
- The complaint is about a child’s education. The parent says they need a solution soon.
- The respondent’s main witness is moving out of Canada. The respondent wants the hearing before they move.
A participant may want the process to be different.
A participant is Indigenous. They want to use an Indigenous method to resolve the problem.
You must show that fast tracking or changing the process will help get to a “just and timely resolution” of the complaint.
The Tribunal will consider the effect on the process and the outcome.