Human rights

Though rolled back after Friday’s announcement, police retain extended powers to stop and question

Though rolled back after Friday’s announcement, police retain extended powers to stop and question

Continued monitoring required to ensure racialized and marginalized are not targeted: lawyer

First merits decision on role of human rights in COVID pandemic: Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

First merits decision on role of human rights in COVID pandemic: Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

Tribunal found care home discriminated against resident with visitor restrictions

Address barriers to accessing PRESTO electronic fare payment system: Ontario Human Rights Commission

Address barriers to accessing PRESTO electronic fare payment system: Ontario Human Rights Commission

Commissioner asks Toronto Transit Commission, Metrolinx to observe human rights-centred approach

Collingwood Town Council calling on Federal government to expand definition of hate speech

Collingwood Town Council calling on Federal government to expand definition of hate speech

Several Ontario municipalities seeking to ban the public display of Confederate flags

Human rights tribunal awards one of highest ever total remedies for family status case: lawyer

Human rights tribunal awards one of highest ever total remedies for family status case: lawyer

Employer fires employee after he tries to restore family-status accommodation enjoyed for a year

Criminal law specialist explains police enforcement powers under Ontario's stay-at-home order

Criminal law specialist explains police enforcement powers under Ontario's stay-at-home order

Police's ability to enforce order 'very circumscribed,' says Joseph Neuberger