The lawyer representing UBC in a sex discrimination case says the issue had been solved.
Marc Rizzardo was taking the university to the BC Human Rights tribunal.
This, after he was announced as the women’s soccer coach in December of 2012, only to have the job taken away the next day.
The change came after the university received letters complaining UBC had hired a man for the job.
Andrea Neil, one of Canada’s best known female soccer players was eventually given the position.
UBC had always insisted the change was made because of flaws in the hiring process.
In an email, U-B-C lawyer Michael Wagner tells CKNW the case has been “resolved.”
He is not commenting further.
(picture courtesy of ubyssey.ca)