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Human Rights Complaints

Both The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act prohibit discrimination on the basis of things such as sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, race or disability. Complaints about workplace harassment can fall under these grounds. Learn more about when workplace harassment is discrimination, the complaint process and available remedies.

When Workplace Harassment is Discrimination

It is discrimination under The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act to harass an individual based on a prohibited ground at work as well as in other situations such as when providing services to the public.

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission

If you have experienced discrimination based on a prohibited ground because you have been harassed at work,you can file a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

Canadian Human Rights Commission

If you work in a federally regulated industry and have experienced discrimination based on a prohibited ground because you have been harassed at work, you can file a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

This section provides general information about making a human rights complaint based on workplace sexual harassment only. For more information you can contact the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission or, if you work in a federally regulated industry, the Canadian Human rights Commission. You may also need legal advice. If you have experienced workplace sexual harassment in Saskatchewan you are entitled to up to 4 hours of free legal advice. Learn More

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