Residential Tenancy decision in Saskatchewan, upheld by Saskatchewan Court, recognizes tenants' right to be protected from second-hand smoke.
The court judgement includes a great summary of case law in Canada, including BC, concerning how second-hand smoke can constitute a breach of a tenant's right to quiet enjoyment.
Click here for March 17, 2017 decision of the Saskatchewan Office of Residential Tenancies. Three public housing tenants were financially compensated for loss of quiet enjoyment and being deprived of the entire benefit of their premises.
Click here for the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench Feb. 28, 2018 judgment dismissing an appeal by the landlord. This is a big win for resident health.