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  • Statements | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources News Room Statements Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Listen Statements Date modified Thursday 25 09 2014 Year Year 2015 2016 2015 12 15 15 12 2015 Canadian Human Rights Commission commends TRC on final report and calls for action 2015 10 20 20 10 2015 Repair the erosion of human rights in Canada CHRC 2015 06 09 09 06 2015 Canadian Human Rights Commission welcomes legislation aimed at prohibiting genetic discrimination 2015 06 02 02 06 2015 Canadian Human Rights Commission commends TRC for

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/statements (2016-02-13)
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  • Glossary | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    protects all people who are legally in Canada from discrimination by federally regulated employers and service providers Canadian Human Rights Commission the Commission An organization that was created by the Canadian Human Rights Act It is separate and independent from the Government of Canada and the Tribunal Canadian Human Rights Tribunal the Tribunal An organization that was created by the Canadian Human Rights Act It is separate and independent from the Government of Canada and the Commission complainant A person who files a discrimination complaint with the Commission complaint kit The complaint kit contains the required forms and instructions for filing a complaint corrective measures An order made by the Tribunal when it finds an organization has been discriminatory Corrective measures may include making an organization Change its rules and policies or create human rights policies Pay the complainant lost wages or give them their job back Take human rights awareness training Pay for the complainant s pain and suffering and any losses caused by the discrimination D discrimination Discrimination is an action or a decision that results in the unfair or negative treatment of a person or group for reasons such as their race or age discrimination complaint A complaint under the Canadian Human Rights Act discriminatory practice s The following are examples of discriminatory practices when they are based on one of the grounds of discrimination Denying someone goods services facilities or accommodation Refusing to employ or continue to employ someone or treating them unfairly in the workplace Paying men and women differently when they are doing work of the same value Following policies or practices that deprive people of employment opportunities Harassing someone Retaliating against a person who has filed a discrimination complaint with the Commission acted as a witness or represented the complainant duty to accommodate The Act requires employers and service providers to accommodate peoples needs when those needs relate to one of the 11 grounds of discrimination F Federal Court The Federal Court is Canada s national trial court that hears and decides legal disputes arising in the federal jurisdiction This includes claims against the Government of Canada civil suits in federally regulated areas and challenges to the decisions of federal tribunals federally regulated The Act applies to federally regulated employers and service providers These include federal departments agencies and Crown corporations chartered banks airlines interprovincial communications and telephone companies interprovincial transportation companies like buses and railways that travel between provinces First Nations governments and some other First Nations organizations other federally regulated industries like uranium mines G grounds of discrimination Reasons a person may experience discrimination There are 11 reasons or grounds that are protected under the Canadian Human Rights Act This means that federally regulated employers and service providers cannot discriminate against people for these reasons The 11 grounds of discrimination protected under the Act are race national or ethnic origin colour religion age sex sexual orientation marital status family status disability a conviction for which a pardon has been granted or

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/glossary (2016-02-13)
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  • Multimedia | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Multimedia Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Listen Multimedia Your Guide to Understanding the Canadian Human Rights Act The following series of videos will help you to learn more about the Canadian Human Rights Act and how to file a discrimination complaint The videos provide information in American Sign Language ASL captioning and voice over Chapter1 What are human rights Chapter 2 What is discrimination Chapter 3 Duty to Accommodate Chapter 4 Harassment Chapter 5 Protecting Human Rights in Canada

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/multimedia (2016-02-13)
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  • About Us | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home About Us The Commission About Us Our Work Our People Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources About Us A summary of this page is available in accessible video ASL captioning and voice over Vision An inclusive society where everyone is valued and respected About the Commission Parliament created the Canadian Human Rights Act in 1977 to provide equal opportunity to everyone in Canada and to help people confront discrimination in their daily lives Parliamentarians shared a vision of a country where all individuals should have an opportunity equal with other individuals to make for themselves the lives that they are able and wish to have free from discrimination The Canadian Human Rights Commission was created to administer the Canadian Human Rights Act It also ensures compliance with the Employment Equity Act The Commission operates independently from government when administering these two acts of Parliament Our Mandate The Commission protects the core principle of equal opportunity and promotes a vision of an inclusive society free from discrimination by promoting human rights through research and policy development protecting human rights through a fair and effective complaints process representing the public

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/about-us (2016-02-13)
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  • RSS feeds | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    We ve been named in a discrimination complaint What can we expect How do we prepare a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Stay Connected RSS feeds Stay Connected Twitter Facebook YouTube RSS feeds Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources RSS feeds Subscribe to the Commission s RSS feeds for ongoing human rights news and alerts delivered directly to your inbox To sign up Your Web browser may already support RSS feeds If so simply click on the RSS link to subscribe to the feed Alternatively you may download subscribe to a free RSS reader or purchase one of your choice instead Copy and paste the URL of the feed into the appropriate field of the RSS feed reader RSS Feeds What s New Publications RSS Feed reader There are numerous RSS readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet Links to web sites not under the control of the Commission are provided solely for the convenience of users The Commission is not responsible for the accuracy currency or the reliability of the content nor does it endorse the sites and their content RSS Readers for Windows RSS Readers for MAC RSS

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/rss-feeds (2016-02-13)
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  • 26/01/2016 - CHRC applauds historic decision in the First Nations child welfare case | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources News Room What s New 26 01 2016 CHRC applauds historic decision in the First Nations child welfare case Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Listen 26 01 2016 CHRC applauds historic decision in the First Nations child welfare case January 26 2016 Ottawa Ontario Canadian Human Rights Commission The Canadian Human Rights Commission welcomes the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal s decision in the First Nations child welfare case and issues the following statement This historic decision confirms that the current First Nations Child and Family Services Program and how it is funded is discriminatory Too many children living in First Nations communities are being taken from their families and placed in care These families receive inadequate services when compared to families off reserve It is our hope that this decision will be the start of a new era in Canada One where every child no matter who they are or where they live has the same opportunity to grow up safe with the love and support of their families This decision sends a strong message to Indigenous people It reaffirms that the Canadian Human Rights Act can help close the gap between the quality of life experienced by Indigenous people and non Indigenous people in Canada Please see the backgrounder for further information Quotes The Tribunal has made it clear every child in Canada deserves the same opportunity to grow up safe and with their family That s what equality is about Marie Claude Landry Ad E Chief Commissioner of the

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/22012016-chrc-applauds-historic-decision-first-nations-child-welfare-case (2016-02-13)
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  • Terms and Conditions | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    Commission respects the Official Languages Act and the relevant Treasury Board policies and is committed to ensuring all information on this site is available in both English and French However users should be aware that some information from external sources that are not subject to the Official Languages Act is only provided as a convenience and is available only in the language in which it was provided Information that is provided on this site in language s other than English or French is only provided as a convenience to the user when available Hyperlinking Notice Links to Web sites not under the control of the Canadian Human Rights Commission are provided solely for the convenience of users The CHRC is not responsible for the accuracy currency or the reliability of the content The CHRC does not offer any guarantee in that regard and is not responsible for the information found through these links nor does it endorse the sites and their contents Users should be aware that information offered by non CHRC sites that are not subject to the Official Languages Act and to which the Canadian Human Rights Commission links may be available only in the language s used by the sites in question Accessibility Notice The Canadian Human Rights Commission recognizes its responsibility to develop electronic information that is accessible and useable by all people We will devote the time and resources necessary to ensure that all users enjoy access to our web site It is the responsibility of everyone at the Canadian Human Rights Commission to deliver on this commitment Ownership and Usage of Content Privided on This Site Materials on this website were produced and or compiled by the Canadian Human Rights Commission for the purpose of providing Canadians with access to information about the programs and services offered You may use and reproduce the materials as follows Google Analytics Google Analytics a Web analytics service provided by Google Inc helps to measure traffic patterns to from and within our public Web sites This analytics measurement tool uses session and persistent cookies to collect standard Internet log information and to track visitor behaviour information in an anonymous form Persistent cookies are stored on your computer and expire two years after your last visit to our Web sites The information generated by the cookies about your use of the Web site including your IP address truncated to ensure your anonymity is transmitted to Google No personal identifying information is recorded or provided to Google This anonymous information is then used to evaluate visitors use of the Web site and to compile statistical reports on Canada Site activity The aggregate data and statistical reports are used only to help us make our site more useful to visitors and are made available only to Web managers and other designated staff who require this information to perform their duties We DO NOT include this Google Analytics measurement tool on any secure sites For further information about Google Analytics please refer

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/terms-and-conditions (2016-02-13)
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  • Transparency | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    in a discrimination complaint What can we expect How do we prepare a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Transparency Transparency Proactive Disclosure Access to Information and Privacy Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Transparency Proactive Disclosure Find information on our proactive disclosures such as travel and hospitality expenses for selected government officials contracts over 10 000 grants and contribution agreements over 25 000 as well as position reclassifications Access to Information and Privacy Access to Information and Privacy provides Canadian citizens permanent residents or any person or entity present in Canada the legal right

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/transparency (2016-02-13)
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