Parties in a human rights complaint return to the board of inquiry Tuesday, April 29, to determine the remedy in a case where racial discrimination was found against the respondent.
The case was Dino Gilpin v.
Halifax Alehouse Ltd.
It will be held at 11 a.m. at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, seminar room, 1723 Hollis St., Halifax, before board chair Walter Thompson.
In his decision dated June 13, 2013, Mr. Thompson found the respondent Halifax Alehouse Ltd. committed a discriminatory act against the complainant Dino Gilpin by calling the police to have him removed from the premises after refusing him service. He deferred the determination of remedy to allow the parties an opportunity to discuss the matter and to make arguments before him if necessary.