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December 14, 2023
CSIS to hire impartial reviewer as part of human rights settlement with Black officer

Human RightsNewsLegal

March 27, 2023
B.C. tribunal orders $9,755 payout to taxi driver over caste based discrimination

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March 17, 2023
Government finds discrimination at Canadian Human Rights Commission, union says

Human RightsNews

January 6, 2023
New Brunswick Human Rights Commission issues new guideline on age discrimination

Human RightsNews

January 4, 2023
B.C. boosts funding for Human Rights Tribunal by $4.5 million, caseload has more than doubled in last three years

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November 10, 2022
Ontario court confirms limitations of sexual harassment lawsuits against employers

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October 21, 2022
Ontario tribunal opens door to human rights claims from unionized workers

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October 11, 2022
CP24 anchor Patricia Jaggernauth launches human rights complaint against Bell Media

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October 5, 2022
Former head of Alberta Human Rights Commission suing justice minister over dismissal

Human RightsNewsDiversity & Inclusion

June 9, 2022
Saskatchewan’s workplace equity policy hasn’t been updated in 22 years: auditor

Human RightsNews

May 5, 2022
Indigenous B.C. man, granddaughter settle with BMO over arrest while opening account

Human RightsNews

May 3, 2022
New Brunswick’s Department of Justice and Public Safety issues cryptic statement after employee complaint

Human RightsNews

April 19, 2022
Quebec rights commission drops discrimination cases after Supreme Court’s Ward ruling

Human RightsColumns/BlogsFeaturesLegalTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

February 16, 2022
Termination deemed discriminatory if connected with human rights grounds in any way

Human RightsColumns/BlogsFeaturesAccommodation/Return-to-workLegalMental Health

October 5, 2021
Considering repercussions of the mental health pandemic

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August 11, 2021
Pastor fired after coming out as trans files lawsuit against Baptist church

Human RightsColumns/BlogsFeaturesBackground ScreeningLegal

July 16, 2021
Legalities surrounding employee background checks may tighten

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June 28, 2021
From the editor: Canadian CEOs take a stand against hate

Human RightsNewsDiversity & InclusionHealth & Safety

June 28, 2021
Canadian Muslims balance faith, safety in wake of recent events

Human RightsNewsBackground Screening

June 8, 2021
Canada’s border agency urgently developing biometric plans in response to COVID-19

Human RightsNewsGlobal HR NewsHealth & Safety

May 27, 2021
Can employers make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory? U.S. experts weigh in

Human RightsColumns/BlogsFeaturesBullyingCultureManaging/Leadership

May 4, 2021
Eccentric colleagues: Is your office like The Muppet Show?

Human RightsNewsWorkplace Investigations

April 8, 2021
Canadian Museum of History CEO resigns after probe into alleged harassment

Human RightsFeaturesAccommodation/Return-to-workHealth & Safety

March 23, 2021
Handling COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the workplace

Human RightsColumns/BlogsNewsHealth & Safety

December 18, 2020
Can COVID-19 vaccinations be mandated? Short answer: Yes

Human RightsNews

August 27, 2020
Staffing shortage compounds COVID-19 delays at human rights tribunal in Ontario: Experts