In the article "Overhaul of human rights code gives tribunal new powers" Jeffrey Mitchell (Toronto) and Lisa De Piante (Toronto) discuss the significant evolution of human rights law in Ontario with recent amendments to the province's Human Rights Code. And nowhere, write Mitchell and De Piante, is this change more evident than at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. "With the amendments to the code, the tribunal aims to deal with complaints within one year of filing or faster if either party chooses the integrated mediation process at any stage of the proceeding." Mitchell and Di Piante go on to write that although there is continued speculation in terms of the impact of the amendments under the new code, there is guidance to be found on these issues through the Supreme Court of Canada's decisions in Honda Canada Inc. v. Keays, [2008] S.C.J. No. 40 and Hydro-Québec v. Syndicat des employées de techniques professionelles, [2008] S.C.J. No. 44.