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Board Review Process

Board Review Process

The Board Review Process is the Commission’s internal review process. It gives Complainants the option of applying to have the Board review a decision made by the Executive Director to dismiss or terminate a complaint.

Three members of the Board meet to review Board Review application forms and decisions made by the Executive Director. The Board will consider the Complaint, the Respondent’s Reply, the recommendation letter from the Early Assessment team or the report from Commission staff, any submissions received from the parties in response to the recommendation letter or report, and the Complainant’s application for the Board Review Process.

The Board Review must be based on the existing written record. This means that no new or different evidence will be considered by the Board.

If a Complainant wants to apply for the Board Review Process, they must submit a completed Board Review application form within 30 days of receiving the decision letter from the Executive Director.

For more information, see our Guide to the Board Review Process.


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