The correspondence received explained that two judges had allegedly filed complaints against the complainant, who worked as a Registrar in the Family Law Division of a courthouse.

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The correspondence received explained that two judges had allegedly filed complaints against the complainant, who worked as a Registrar in the Family Law Division of a courthouse. The complainant felt that the judges provided improper interference, continuous harassment due to her age, gender and race, and did not show fairness and impartiality. In addition to the correspondence, the complainant had also filed a grievance with her union and with the Ontario Human Rights Commission. A four-day arbitration was scheduled to commence in April 2015. The complaint before the Human Rights Commission was pending on the outcome of the arbitration.

The Council concluded that the complaint did not fall within its mandate in accordance with the Judges Act because it related to workplace and labour law issues. As these issues were being correctly pursued by the union, the matter was closed.

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