Historically there was a $2000 limit on the amount that could be awarded under this heading; and even after that cap was removed, the amounts awarded for injury to dignity continued to be much lower than damage awards in court cases.
In Main v Ultra Care  B.C.H.R.T.D. No. 158, the complainant was employed by a cleaning company, but after the company learned he was HIV+, it gave him only one further day of work. He was awarded $20,000 for 'injury to dignity'.