(66) Colleen Sheppard, "Of Forest Fires and Systemic Discrimination: A Review of British Columbia (Public Service Employee Relations Commission) v B.C.G.S.E.U" (2000-2001) 46 McGill L J 533 at 547 [Sheppard, "Review of BCGSEU"].
(245) Sheppard "Review of BCGSEU", supra note 66 at 533, makes a similar argument in the context of human rights legislation, as does Pothier, "Tackling Disability Discrimination," supra note 43 at 23.
Government and Service Employees Union (BCGSEU)--had problems with a "Catholicity Clause" (Catholic Insight, July/August '99, p.24).
BCTV News (July 28) reported a dispute between the BCGSEU and the Salvation Army.
Employees' Union (BCGSEU) (Meiorin Grievance),  3 SCR 3, SCJ No 46.
(BCGSEU) (Meiorin Griewznce),  3 SCR 3 at para 25, SCJ No 46.
The Tribunal noted that in the British Columbia (Public Service Employee Relations Commission) v BCGSEU
,  3 SCR 3 ("Meiorin") decision, the Supreme Court had underlined the importance of assessing the capabilities of each individual up to the point of undue hardship, rather than submitting to the concerns about individual accommodation in the collective bargaining process.
lesson learned in BCGSEU
that a blunt, bifurcated examination of intent
(46.) British Columbia (Public Service Employee Relations Commission) v BCGSEU
(Meiorin Grievance),  3 SCR 3 at para 64, 174 DLR (4th) 1.
where the court considered discriminatory aptitude tests applied to firefighters.