This story slipped under my radar-screen. It concerns a gay civil servant who filed a complaint in 2005 re alleged abuses that occured in 1985. The CHRC usually declines to hear cases filed after more than a year, but has the discretion to tdo so under particular circumstances. Here, Paul Richard argued that the CHRC "failed to consider the discretionary provisions of the time limit". Not a section 13 case, but interesting nevertheless. Hardly the kind of thing likely to help the CHRC streamline its case-load.
Note: the story is from "Xtra" magazine. For "hot gay chat", follow the links.