News in Human Rights
When: Monday, January 30, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Waverly Library Auditorium, 285 Red River Rd., Thunder Bay
The Northwestern Ontario Women's Centre invites you to their information session, Harassment in the Workplace, Bill 132, Ontario's Sexual Violence and Harassment Legislation.
Ontario’s Chief Human Rights Commissioner is calling for a change in behaviour from people in and outside of the judicial system towards Indigenous Peoples.
Report from the Law Society of Upper Canada is a good first step but more needs to be done
More talks, instead of action, from the federal government 'is beyond sickening, it's neglectful,' critic says
"They are not doing enough": Pam Palmater, chair of the indigenous governance program at Ryerson University and a critic of not only the federal government but also of the Assembly of First Nations.
U.S. president-elect Trump's Islamophobia-fuelled ascendancy is a chilling reminder for Canadians to review our own government's assumptions about terror, especially in relation to Bill C-51.
It's the product of feedback from nearly 300 people over the last year and hundreds of hours spent traveling across the province.
The federal government does not adequately account for the cost of teaching in remote northern regions with small populations.
The Alberta ruling adds to a small but growing body of cases in which judges have called out jailhouse administrators for violating prisoners' rights to be free from cruel and unusual treatment.
The story was never publicly told during the coroner's inquest into the deaths of five students whose bodies were found in Thunder Bay waters between 2000 and 2011.
"To be reduced to a cartoon, very much as a stereotypical cartoon, that's insulting," Brad Gallant told the tribunal.