law firm: Jay Cameron of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, a non-profit law firm that represented the women, said one of his clients was so relieved by the decision that she broke down in tears, according to CTV. It's more than an inconvenience to have a human rights complaint against you alleging publicly that you're some sort of transphobe, Cameron told CTV News. The tribunal also ordered the complainant, Jessica Yaniv, to pay 2,000 each to all three of the estheticians who filed a defence in the case. That's a very serious allegation in today's culture and it's debilitating. Another four women did not participate in the process and won't receive any financial compensation. It really altered their lives for the past year-and-a-half. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.