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Human Rights & Inclusion

The Ontario Human RightsCode (Code), enacted in 1962 “protects people in Ontario against discrimination in employment, accommodation, goods, services and facilities, and membership in vocational associations and trade unions” (Ontario Human Rights Commission). The resources below provide information about rights and responsibilities based on the Code.

Human Rights Policy

The Cost of Pre-Employment Discrimination

The Opportunity to Succeed: Achieving Barrier-free Education for Students with Disabilities

Grounds of Discrimination

What are Competing Rights?

Psychological/Personal Harassment in the Workplace

Ontario Human Rights Commission Fact Sheet

Changing your sex designation on your birth registration and birth certificate

Key Human Rights and Equity Terms

Policy on removing the Canadian experience barrier accessible

Anti-Indigenous and Anti-Black Racism Definitions