The apology of the future might be to the families of Indigenous women and girls, whose disappearances or murders went unchecked
Marie-Claude Landry, Ad.E. was appointed as Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in March 2015, marking a new phase in a career defined by community involvement.
The obvious contradictions in the facts and intentions of Bill 62 expose Quebec, and Canada, to international criticism.
10/31/2017 14:39 EDT
We strongly urge all Senators to pass Bill C-16 without amendment. Because human rights must apply to everyone -- acceptance and inclusion is not reserved only for those who are like us. Trans and gender diverse people face discrimination, harassment and violence in many aspects of their lives.
05/31/2017 04:22 EDT
It seems obvious that solitary confinement for someone with mental health issues is dangerous and destructive. The Canadian Human Rights Commission has long held that placing vulnerable individuals in solitary confinement denies them their human rights, and for those with mental health issues, it can lead to irreparable harm.
01/16/2017 01:29 EST
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