What is the legal test for an interim remedy?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from JF v. Waterloo Catholic District School Board, 2016 HRTO 953 (CanLII):

When considering a request for an interim remedy, the threshold for determining whether an application has merit is that there be an arguable case and the claim is not frivolous or vexatious. See TA v. 60 Montclair at paragraphs 30-32. In my view, the applicant easily meets this requirement.

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