Foundation of Reconciliation

Human Rights Comissions

“In the spirit of reconciliation, we must walk forward together towards a future where Indigenous human rights, including the right to self-determination, languages, cultures, and traditions and laws, are recognized, valued, respected and celebrated by our children and their children.” – Marie-Claude Landry, Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission

To find out more about the Human Rights Commision of Canada and the Manitoba Human Rights Commision, click below.

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Human Rights Commission of Canada

E: [email protected]

344 Slate Street 8th Floor
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
K1A 1E1

The Commission’s employment equity role involves working with federally-regulated employers to promote equality in workplace, including by conducting audits to asses an employer’s compliance with the obligations set out in the Employment Equity Act .

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Manitoba Human Rights Commission

The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is an independent agency of the Government of Manitoba. We are responsible for administering The Human Rights Code, the provincial law that protects individuals and groups from discrimination.

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