However, the applicant is under a duty to mitigate her losses by making reasonable efforts to obtain suitable employment, and is only entitled to be compensated for those losses that could not have been avoided. The respondent, however, has the onus of proving the applicant’s failure to mitigate. See Heintz v. Christian Horizons, 2008 HRTO 22 at para. 265.
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