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Race and Creed

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.

Interactive eCourse - Call It Out: Racism, Racial Discrimination and Human Rights (OHRC)

OHRC Inquiry Report: The Human Cost of Racial Profiling

Policy on Racial Slurs, Harassment and Racial Jokes

Racial Harassment & Poisoned Environments

Racial Profiling in the Classroom

Religion (Creed), Human Rights & the Duty to Accommodate

Specific Cases - Religion (Creed) & the Duty to Accommodate

Inclusive Language: Race Ethnicity

Creed Discrimination