Human Rights Law
In Ontario, human rights may be protected by appropriate proceedings launched in the courts, or before the Canadian Human Rights Commission or the Ontario Human Rights Commission.
These commissions may investigate complaints, and in some circumstances may refer a complaint to be adjudicated upon by a tribunal. In addition to this, the decisions and activities or inactivity of these commissions and tribunals may also be challenged in court. For more information about that see our Administrative Law page.
If you have any concerns or queries regarding any aspects of Human Rights Law please don’t hesitate to contact the team at RZCD.