The OHRC works to build respect for human rights into all aspects of life in Ontario. To do that, we look at the roots of discrimination, develop policy for preventing different forms of discrimination and work to raise awareness of human rights issues. The OHRC intervenes, as needed, at tribunals and all levels of court on human rights issues with broad public interest or concern. We work with different sectors and groups, including the Government of Ontario, to promote organizational change and to break down barriers to equity and success.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: the OHRC cannot provide information, advice or legal opinions on individual cases or circumstances.
If you would like information on the OHRC’s public education services please read Public education: Developing a culture of human rights.
You may write to us at:
Ontario Human Rights Commission
180 Dundas Street West, Suite 900
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario deals directly with all claims of discrimination filed under the Human Rights Code. The Tribunal resolves applications using mediation or adjudication. The Tribunal can be contacted at 416-326-1312 or 1-866-598-0322.
The Human Rights Legal Support Centre offers legal services to people in Ontario who have experienced discrimination. The Centre can be contacted at 416-597-4900 or 1-866-625-5179. TTY Toll Free: 1-866 612-8627 or 416-597-4903
The Legal Support Centre cannot assist employers, landlords, service providers or business operators who have questions about how the Human Rights Code applies to them.
Please see www.hrlsc.on.ca.
Please visit www.ontario.ca/humanrights for more information on the human rights system in Ontario.
Recorded information is also available via telephone: