Skip to content

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Justice

View information about this organization

Service Description

Promotes and protects the individual dignity, fundamental freedoms and equal rights of Saskatchewan residents. It investigates complaints of discrimination, promotes and approves equity programs and educates people about human rights law in Saskatchewan.

Visit the website for more information about the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC).

Eligibility

Saskatchewan residents.

Application Process

If you think you, or someone you know, has been discriminated against, you may make a complaint within one year of the incident. Contact the SHRC office by mail, telephone, or email to explain your situation to an intake consultant to begin the intake process. In-person or face-to-face, meetings are by appointment only. You may be asked to fill out and submit an intake questionnaire. An intake consultant will then assess your inquiry and let you know if they can proceed.

Visit the website for further information.

Fees

None

Fax: 306-933-7863

Toll-Free: 1-800-667-9249

Business Line: 306-933-5952

Service Website

www.saskatchewanhumanrights.ca

Facebook

www.facebook.com/the.shrc/

Twitter

twitter.com/saskhumanrights?lang=en

Email

shrc@gov.sk.ca

Coverage Area

Saskatchewan

Languages Offered

English

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission

Mailing Address

PO Box 6011
Saskatoon SK  S7K 4E4

Location Info

211 Saskatchewan strives to make sure information is correct. However, there are often changes to community services, which means inaccuracies may be possible. The information presented by 211 Saskatchewan may be subject to change.

Other ways to find what you’re looking for: