Torkin Manes (Toronto/Ontario): Ontario Human Rights Commission on Vaccination Exemptions

In past articles, we have emphasized that mandatory vaccination policies in the workplace are generally permissible, subject to legitimate objections that may be raised on the basis of grounds protected under human rights legislation. While medical (disability) grounds for objection to vaccination are an obvious candidate, there has been some speculation as to whether “religious” objections might legitimately warrant an exception, thereby triggering the employer’s “duty to accommodate.” MORE.

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