AHRCC

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AHRCCAlberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (Canada)
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In August 1991, Walsh filed a human rights complaint with the (then) Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission ("Commission") against Mobil, alleging discrimination based on gender under the equal pay for equal work provision.
Next he filed a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (AHRCC).
The Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (unlike, unfortunately, its counterparts in British Columbia and Ontario) has a gatekeeper function to weed out frivolous or hopeless complaints.
"Too often in the past, Native people would accept their treatment and not come forward," said Charlach Mackintosh of the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission. "It is important to exercise human rights."
According to the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (AHRCC):
In August 1991, Walsh filed a human rights complaint with the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission ("Commission") against Mobil, alleging discrimination based on gender under the equal pay for equal work provision (now s.
Andreachuk, Q.C., a Commissioner with the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission (Commission), released her decision in the case of a complaint by a University of Calgary professor against the writer of a letter published in the Red Deer Advocate newspaper.
Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission and Diana Hurkens-Reurink 2007), the Court concluded that both the labour arbitration board and the human rights commission could have jurisdiction in a labour dispute involving human rights issues.
The Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission has posted an informative Interpretive Bulletin on the duty to accommodate at: www.albertahumanrights.
* Contact the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission to discuss the case confidentially or file a complaint based on your legal rights, within one year;
That report also recommended that Alberta school boards use the educational services of the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission to build intercultural awareness and access anti-discrimination educational programs.
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