The complainant, a contracted nurse, was put on a calling list after failing a probationary period in a new position at a hospital.

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The complainant, a contracted nurse, was put on a calling list after failing a probationary period in a new position at a hospital. She had filed for unjust dismissal; however, her claim and the appeal were both dismissed as she was not a permanent employee. The complainant had then filed for action in damages against the hospital but the motion was dismissed. A motion to declare the complainant a vexatious litigant was postponed for seven months to allow the complainant to prepare her case for an appeal on the second complaint. During this time, the complainant filed numerous complaints against the hospital, which were all dismissed. The second appeal was also dismissed, and a hearing on the vexatious litigant issue was scheduled for the following year.

The complainant was informed that the Council is not a court and has no authority to review judicial decisions, nor the exercise of judicial discretion, therefore the Council could not intervene in any of the decisions. The allegations the complainant made against the judge in her case were found to be baseless. The matter was closed.

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