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  • Front Page | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    Canada more A breath of fresh air just blew through the Canadian human rights community That breath of fresh air has a name Marie Claude Landry the new Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission First of all as the newly appointed Chief Commissioner she undertook a cross country consultation with human rights groups and equality seekers to introduce herself and to listen She asked what support are human rights groups looking for and what does the Commission need to do now A lot of diverse groups across the country told Ms Landry that the Canadian Human Rights Commission needs to have a strong public presence and be a voice for human rights They told her that they need her to speak up Canada s human rights institutions matter They are the public voice for Tweet take note 161 737 for Lost Wages Awarded to Person with a Developmental Disability more DISABILITY EQUAL PAY Decision on an application alleging discrimination in employment on the basis of disability The applicant who is a person with a developmental delay alleged that while she performed substantially the same duties as general labourers who did not have developmental disabilities she was paid significantly less The Tribunal found that the pay differential was a Garrie v Janus Joan Inc No 6 2014 CHRR Doc 14 0772 2014 HRTO 272 Tweet What Was Said Indo Canadian Veterinarians Discriminated Against more I have concluded that race based stereotypes played a role and in some cases a significant role in the BCVMA s dealings with the complainants including negative generalized views about the credibility and ethics of Indo Canadians in relation to their veterinary practices I find there was clear evidence of such views held by persons of influence in the BCVMA that the BCVMA was aware

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  • Canadian Human Rights Reporter: Sign In
    BC Canada V6P 5G5 tel 604 266 5322 editor cdn hr reporter ca CHRR e Volumes Order volumes in PDF flexible portable space saving CHRR Direct Subscribe Now From Us To Your Inbox Keep up to date on the most important new human rights cases Human Rights Digest Subscription Details Be informed Delivered to your electronic inbox for only 7 50 per issue Revised Consolidated Index Research Tool The best

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  • Shopping cart | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    sites Contact Home Shopping cart top There are no products in your shopping cart CHRR e Volumes Order volumes in PDF flexible portable space saving CHRR Direct Subscribe Now From Us To Your Inbox Keep up to date on the most important new human rights cases Human Rights Digest Subscription Details Be informed Delivered to your electronic inbox for only 7 50 per issue CHRR Online Find Out More The

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  • Front Page | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    Canada more A breath of fresh air just blew through the Canadian human rights community That breath of fresh air has a name Marie Claude Landry the new Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission First of all as the newly appointed Chief Commissioner she undertook a cross country consultation with human rights groups and equality seekers to introduce herself and to listen She asked what support are human rights groups looking for and what does the Commission need to do now A lot of diverse groups across the country told Ms Landry that the Canadian Human Rights Commission needs to have a strong public presence and be a voice for human rights They told her that they need her to speak up Canada s human rights institutions matter They are the public voice for Tweet take note 161 737 for Lost Wages Awarded to Person with a Developmental Disability more DISABILITY EQUAL PAY Decision on an application alleging discrimination in employment on the basis of disability The applicant who is a person with a developmental delay alleged that while she performed substantially the same duties as general labourers who did not have developmental disabilities she was paid significantly less The Tribunal found that the pay differential was a Garrie v Janus Joan Inc No 6 2014 CHRR Doc 14 0772 2014 HRTO 272 Tweet What Was Said Indo Canadian Veterinarians Discriminated Against more I have concluded that race based stereotypes played a role and in some cases a significant role in the BCVMA s dealings with the complainants including negative generalized views about the credibility and ethics of Indo Canadians in relation to their veterinary practices I find there was clear evidence of such views held by persons of influence in the BCVMA that the BCVMA was aware

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  • About CHRR | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    Harassment Sexual Orientation Links to related sites Contact Home About CHRR top The Canadian Human Rights Reporter Inc CHRR is a not for profit organization established to promote access to human rights law in Canada Since 1980 CHRR has published decisions of tribunals boards of inquiry and courts from all jurisdictions as well as the appeals which flow from them Many of the decisions published by CHRR are not available from any other source CHRR also publishes human rights legislation from all jurisdictions Our work is funded entirely by paid subscriptions to services provided by CHRR If you would like to support our work please contact editor cdn hr reporter ca or donate now through the CanadaHelps org link on the right side of the page About CHRR The Carole Geller Award Sponsors CHRR e Volumes Order volumes in PDF flexible portable space saving CHRR Direct Subscribe Now From Us To Your Inbox Keep up to date on the most important new human rights cases Human Rights Digest Subscription Details Be informed Delivered to your electronic inbox for only 7 50 per issue CHRR Online Find Out More The best source for Canadian Human Rights Law news feed follow us

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  • The Carole Geller Award | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    it is fundamentally about human rights Sharon McIvor 2007 Sharon McIvor is one of Canada s leading Aboriginal women rights experts and activists Sharon is a Thompson Indian and a member of the Lower Nicola Band She lives and works in Merritt British Columbia close to where she was born Ms McIvor is a lawyer with an LL B from the University of Victoria 1987 and an LL M from Queen s University 1995 She was a member of Justice Bertha Wilson s Panel on Gender Justice in the Legal Profession a member of the Equality Rights Panel of the Court Challenges Program and a member of the Aboriginal Circle of the Canadian Panel on Violence Against Women Sharon was a part of the leadership involved in exposing the over representation and the appalling treatment of Aboriginal women in federal prisons in Canada She helped to close down the Prison for Women in Kingston and was a member of the Planning Council for the Healing Lodge in Maple Creek Saskatchewan the only facility designed for Aboriginal women prisoners which was based on Aboriginal teachings and principles In its early days Sharon was the President of the Governing Council of the Healing Lodge Sharon was the Justice Co ordinator of the Native Women s Association of Canada NWAC and she led the struggle during the Charlottetown constitutional talks to get NWAC a seat at the table and equal funding with other Aboriginal organizations Part of Sharon s life long work has been to ensure a voice for Aboriginal women as equal partners with men in the struggle to end the injustices of colonization racism and imposed patriarchy Ms McIvor was the Co Chair of the Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action FAFIA a national alliance of over seventy women s organizations that is dedicated to ensuring that Canada lives up to its international human rights commitments Currently she is a member of FAFIA s Human Rights Committee and she appears before United Nations treaty bodies to report on discrimination against women in Canada and Aboriginal women in particular Sharon McIvor is a Professor of Indigenous Studies at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology where she teaches young Aboriginal students about history politics colonization and human rights Ms McIvor was the plaintiff in McIvor v Canada 2009 BCCA 153 a ground breaking constitutional challenge to the sex discrimination in the status registration provisions of the Indian Act Thousands of Aboriginal women and their descendants have been excluded from registration as status Indians because since its introduction the Indian Act favoured male Indians and their descendants over female Indians and their descendants Sharon was partially successful in this case and the Government of Canada amended the Indian Act in 2010 to provide new eligibility for registration to about 45 000 Aboriginal women and their descendants However many are still left out and because of this Ms McIvor has filed a petition with the United Nations Human Rights Committee continuing her effort to fully

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  • Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    Propaganda Public Services Race Discrimination Religious Discrimination Sex Discrimination Sexual Harassment Sexual Orientation Links to related sites Contact Home About CHRR top Sponsors CHRR thanks the following organizations for their financial contributions to the cost of converting print documents to electronic format in order to create the CHRR Online database 1998 2003 If you would like to support our work please contact editor cdn hr reporter ca or donate now through the CanadaHelps org link on the right side of the page Alberta Law Foundation Canadian Bar Association Department of Justice Canada Ministère de la Justice Heritage Canada Patrimoine canadien Law Foundation of British Columbia Law Foundation of Ontario Status of Women Canada Condition féminine Canada About CHRR The Carole Geller Award Sponsors CHRR e Volumes Order volumes in PDF flexible portable space saving CHRR Direct Subscribe Now From Us To Your Inbox Keep up to date on the most important new human rights cases Human Rights Digest Subscription Details Be informed Delivered to your electronic inbox for only 7 50 per issue CHRR Online Find Out More The best source for Canadian Human Rights Law news feed follow us CHRR decisions are only available from Canadian Human Rights Reporter

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  • What's New | Canadian Human Rights Reporter
    decisions to be published in Volume 76 are now in CHRR Online Jan 8 2014 November December 2013 Human Rights Digest The November December 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online December 18 2013 October 2013 Human Rights Digest The October 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online October 30 2013 Aug Sept 2013 Human Rights Digest The August September 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online October 2 2013 CHRR e Volumes now available on CHRR web site CHRR e Volumes are now available to e Volumes subscribers on the CHRR web site Contact Subscriber Services accounts cdn hr reporter ca to place your order Sept 3 2013 Volume 75 in CHRR Online The final versions of decisions to be published in Volume 75 are now in CHRR Online Sept 3 2013 July 2013 Human Rights Digest The July 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online July 22 2013 Order of Canada for Shelagh Day CHRR President Shelagh Day named Member of the Order of Canada for her commitment to women s rights issues in Canada July 3 2013 New Look for Legislation Page Check out the new look for the legislation page in CHRR Online Improved display and functionality July 3 2013 May June 2013 Human Rights Digest The May June 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online June 24 2013 New Look for Search Results Page Check out the new look for the search results page in CHRR Online User friendly buttons for full text display and Cited By feature Keywords and the first few lines of the summary are now visible May 8 2013 April 2013 Human Rights Digest The April 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online May 8 2013 New CHRR Online Search Feature Find leading cases by using our new Most Cited feature on the CHRR Online Advanced Search page Just change the sort to Most Cited to get a list arranged with the most cited cases at the top Apr 23 2013 Revised Consolidated Index 1980 2012 Volumes 1 74 The new edition of the Consolidated Index is now available Contact Subscriber Services accounts cdn hr reporter ca to place your order Apr 11 2013 February March 2013 Human Rights Digest The February March 2013 issue of the Human Rights Digest has been added to CHRR Online Apr 4 2013 Carole Geller Award Presented to Idle No More The Carole Geller Human Rights Award has been presented to Sheelah Mclean Jessica Gordon Nina Wilson and Sylvia McAdam the founders of Idle No More for their role in defending indigenous sovereignty and environmental protection of the land and its resources The award is named for Carole Geller one of Canada s pioneers in advancing the cause of human rights This award commemorates her intelligence and energy and

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