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Posts Tagged: OHRC

Workplace Harassment and Discrimination: Looking at the Allegations Against Canada’s Spy Agency

You have probably seen this in the news – five employees have filed a $35-million lawsuit against the Canadian Security Intelligence Agency (CSIS) alleging a toxic workplace culture poisoned by racism, homophobia and anti-Muslim discrimination. These allegations are yet to be proven in court. However, it is important to have a discussion about the employment law issues arising from this, […]


Ending Discriminatory Dress Codes

My favourite part about the intersection between Employment and Human Rights Law is its dynamism. It is constantly evolving to respond to new challenges – or perhaps more accurately, respond to the important challenges that we may be overlooking. This is exemplified in the increasing debate over gender based discrimination arising from workplace dress codes. In the past, human rights […]


Martin Luther King Jr. Day Highlights Human Rights Issues

In honour of Martin Luther King Jr. Day passing in the United States, my latest Canadian HR Law blog post examines how human rights legislation here in Canada has developed to protect against discrimination. Martin Luther King Jr. was a hero because he stood up to the widespread discrimination against persons of colour in the United States. It wasn’t that long ago […]



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