David Bell and Mary Nguyen acted for the respondents Vancouver Coastal Heath Authority and its employees in a human rights complaint brought by a prospective employee. The complainant alleged that she was not hired for a position as a cardiac technologist on the basis of her age, ancestry, place of origin, mental disability and race. Most elements of the complaint were dismissed on a preliminary application, but the matter continued to a hearing on the issue of age discrimination. After hearing all of the evidence, the Tribunal accepted the respondents’ arguments and non-discriminatory explanations for their conduct. The matter was dismissed. Notably, Guild Yule sought and was awarded costs against the complainant for her improper conduct during the hearing, a remedy granted relatively rarely in human rights matters.