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Human Rights (Ontario) Law
(30 September 2009)

Table of Contents


  1. Overview

    SUBSTANTIVE LAW
  2. Protected Activities
  3. Prohibited Grounds
  4. Discrimination
  5. Forms of Discrimination
  6. General Exceptions

    PROCEDURAL LAW
  7. The Tribunal and its Powers
  8. Private Applications
  9. Commission Applications
  10. Parties
  11. Motions
  12. Summary Proceedings
  13. Pre-Hearing Procedures
  14. Service
  15. Evidence
  16. Hearings
  17. Remedies and Offences
  18. Commission Role
  19. Reconsiderations

    MISCELLANEOUS
  20. Judicial Review
  21. Transition

    Source Law and Related
    Currency of Law



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