Case Report – Another Ontario arbitrator holds that relevant evidence is admissible, period

On June 18th, Arbitrator Joseph Rose dismissed a preliminary objection that sought the exclusion of video surveillance evidence based on an allegation of insufficient grounds to warrant its use. He adopted the views expressed by Arbitrator Bendel and Arbitrator Raymomd and held (in perhaps slightly more qualified terms than the aforementioned) that relevant evidence is admissible despite any alleged privacy breach.

Thames Emergency Medical Services v. CAW, Local 302 (Wilson Grievance), [2010] O.L.A.A. No. 315 (Rose).

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