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Thus, because theTribunal's decision fell within the range of reasonableness,the SCC upheld the decision. The SCC set out the requirements of a claim for discriminationstating, "the employee must establish a prima faciecase of discrimination. If this is established, the onus thenshifts to the employer to show that it accommodated the employee tothe point of undue hardship."5 To make a case forprima facie discrimination complainants must demonstrateall of the following: They have a characteristic that thelegislation protects from discrimination. They experienced adverse impact upontheir employment. The protected characteristic was afactor in the adverse impact. Ian Stewart had satisfied the first two elements. The only issuefor the majority was whether his addiction was a factor in histermination. The majority recognized that some degrees of addiction couldhamper an employee in following workplace disclosurepolicies.6 But "the mere existence of addictiondoes not establish prima facie discrimination."7 Inthis case, the expert evidence demonstrated that neither IanStewart's addiction, nor his state of denial about it,diminished his capacity to comply with the terms of the policy bydisclosing his drug use. Therefore, "Mr.
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