Part II of the Code explains how the Code is interpreted and applied. In Human Rights 101, we will look at the following:
The remarks in parentheses refer to sections of theOntario Human Rights Code R.S.O. 1990, Chapter H.19,
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What should I remember about harassment?
Accommodation means making special arrangements for some people, so they can have the same opportunities as everyone else. For example, flexible working hours or a ramp into a building can make a big difference.
The following types of organizations are permitted under the Code to limit their services or facilities on specific grounds:
The Code allows special job programs for some organizations. These groups may hire people who share the same culture, religion or background as the people they serve. They include: