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Are you saying the university failed to provide the accommodations?Did they say they were going to?What province is this please?
I am a lawyer in Ontario so please don't worry that I don't know the law.
The law actually is that the university is required to provide reasonable accommodations so long as doing so does not cause the university to undergo undue hardship.
If you file a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal the university will have to prove either that what you were asking for is not reasonable or that even if it is they could not provide the TA without undergoing undue hardship. In most cases undue hardship translates to too much expense.
You could consult with a lawyer face to face and have the lawyer send the university a letter asserting your rights or else you can file a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal without retaining a lawyer.
Does that help as a starting point?