C-25.01, r. 1 - Regulation to establish a pilot project on mandatory mediation for the recovery of small claims arising out of consumer contracts

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14. The mediator has a duty to treat the parties fairly, and must see that each party has an opportunity to argue its case.
The mediator may suspend a mediation session at any time, in the interests of the parties or of one of the parties. He or she may also end the mediation session if warranted by the circumstances, in particular if the mediator is convinced that the mediation process is doomed to failure or is likely, if continued, to cause serious prejudice to one of the parties.
M.O. 2015, s. 14.