Canadian Human Rights Act: Quick Reference, 2011 Edition
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Written by Jamie Knight, LL.B., Michael D. Failes, LL.B., LL.M., and Laura Karabulut, LL.B., of Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP.
Published by Carswell, 2010.
This is an annual publication. The 2011 edition was released December 2010. The 2012 edition is expected to be released in December 2011.
|Description of last year's 2011 edition:
The Canadian Human Rights Act is the central federal legislation that protects the right of individuals to freely participate without unlawful discrimination in all key aspects of society, including employment.
The Canadian Human Rights Act: Quick Reference is intended to provide federal employers, employees and bargaining agents with a complete yet concise overview of the Canadian Human Rights Act and its potential impact on those operating in federally regulated industries. Any employer or service-provider whose enterprise falls within this federal sphere is well advised to familiarize itself with the provisions of the Act. This Quick Reference will also be of interest to human resources professionals across Canada.
The Canadian Human Rights Act: Quick Reference, 2011 Edition features clarifications and source references as well as the following:
The legislation cited in this edition is current to Canada Gazette 144:22 (October 27, 2010).
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