Ontario’s human rights regime: No ‘crisis’ nor reason for ‘complacency’

Pinto Report finds Ontario’s revamped human rights system is working but there’s still room for improvement
By Shana French and Gerald Griffiths
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 04/17/2013

The report card is in

The province of Ontario made a big move five years ago when it changed its whole human rights regime and how human rights complaints were made. The changes were a response to a bogged-down system that was taking too long to process and hear complaints.