Get Ready for a Hearing

The Tribunal schedules a hearing after the parties have an opportunity to settle the complaint, and the respondent has an opportunity to respond to the complaint and apply to dismiss the complaint without a hearing.

Hearings are open to the public. You may want to watch a hearing to help you prepare. Learn more about watching a hearing.

Learn how to get ready for a hearing:

If your hearing is occurring by on-line video conference, please review the Guide to On-line Hearings.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I require a witness to come to a hearing?

What is expert evidence?

How can I adjourn (postpone) a hearing?

How can I find human rights decisions?

What solutions (remedies) can I ask for?

What do I call the Tribunal Member?