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Alberta Human Rights Act

Government of Alberta Country Resources Human Rights Legislation Alberta 11 June 2018 Legislation/regulation

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The purpose of the Alberta Human Rights Act (the Act) is to provide Albertans with protection of their human rights. The Alberta Human Rights Commission administers the Act.The Act allows people to make a complaint to the Commission if they feel that they have experienced harassment or have been discriminated against in the specific areas and under the specific grounds protected under the Act. The aim of the Commission's complaint resolution process is to return the complainant to the position he or she would have been in if the discrimination or harassment had not occurred.

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Last amendment: 11 June 2018


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