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OHRC releases results of its strategic planning community consultation

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September 25, 2007

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Toronto – How the community views the future of the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) is the subject of a report released by the Commission today.

As part of its strategic planning process, the OHRC asked community members to give their input on how the ‘new’ OHRC can best fulfill its Vision & Mission.

Public sessions were held in Thunder Bay, Sudbury, Ottawa, Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto and an on-line survey was posted to the OHRC website. As well, OHRC staff and other colleagues in government were consulted.

In total, more than 170 community members and individuals responded.

To learn more about Ontario's new human rights system, visit Our Changing Mission webpage.