The requester's client was a student at a named university from September 1988 to April 1989, where he was enroled in a "master class" in a specified subject. He filed a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Commission (the institution) alleging discrimination by the university.
The requester sought access to the following information:
1. Memorandum dated October 17, 1989 to Tony Griffen from Marilyn Ginsberg re [requester's client] v. [a named university] (four (4) pages in length).
2. Memorandum dated October 24, 1989 from Anthony Griffen to Catherine Frazee (four (4) pages in length plus Appendix A).
3. Documentation regarding the procedure of the Commission in respect of the involvement of the legal department prior to the consideration by the Commission of whether to request the appointment of a board of inquiry pursuant to the Code, with a list of eight specific questions attached thereto.
4. Documentation regarding the number of matters which were before the Commission on October 23, 1991, December 13, 1989 and July 19, 1990 and the length of time that the Commission sat in order to consider them.
5. The time spent by the Commission considering [requester's client] v. [a named university] each time it came before the Commission, including the dates noted in item 4.
6. Documentation regarding any written policy in respect of giving priority to the complaints of victims of terminal illnesses.