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Canadian Human Rights Complaints

Provided by: Government of Canada - Canadian Human Rights Commission

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Service Description

Provides information, education, and investigations into complaints filed under the Canadian Human Rights Act.

If you believe that you have experienced discrimination or harassment you may be able to file a complaint with The Canadian Human Rights Commission.



Under the Canadian Human Rights Act (the Act) individuals and groups of individuals can file a complaint. Complaints can also be filed on behalf of these individuals by someone other than a victim of the alleged discrimination, but the Commission may require proof of the victims consent to file the complaint. The Commission cannot accept complaints from corporations or businesses. Anyone who is legally present in Canada can file a complaint about events that happened in Canada that they reasonably believe amount to discrimination. Legally present in Canada includes Canadian citizens, permanent residents, people in Canada on a visa, and individuals lawfully detained by Canadian authorities.

Application Process

Visit the website for resources or to file a human rights complaint.


No cost.

TTY: 1-888-643-3304

Toll Free

Toll-Free: 1-888-214-1090

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)

Service Website





Coverage Area

Saskatchewan (Canada-wide)

Languages Offered

English, French

Canadian Human Rights Commission

Mailing Address

344 Slater Street, 8th Floor
Ottawa ON  K1A 1E1

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday- Friday
8:00 am - 8:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)

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