The HRTO and Racial Profiling: The Case for a Standard of Correctness on Judicial Review

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The OHRT has no expertise in the area of adjudicating racial profiling cases and must be held to a standard of correctness on judicial review when adjudicating such cases. This

position flows from the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Dunsmuir.

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