Human rights are about the inherent dignity and equal rights and protections of all people. Human rights are also concerned with ameliorating historical discrimination and inequality.
In Ontario, every person is afforded rights and protections under the Human Rights Code related to services, good and facilities; residential accommodation; contracts; employment; and within vocational associations. Discrimination and harassment are prohibited within these areas on a variety of grounds including age, race, place of origin, disability and accommodation, and sexual orientation.
Experiencing discrimination or harassment can be distressing and challenging to deal with. The lawyers at Wray Legal have many years of experience representing and advocating for our clients’ human rights. We act for both applicants and respondents in human rights matters before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, as well as matters before the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.
We are deeply familiar with and well versed in human rights law and procedure to ensure that you receive quality service and representation. Our lawyers have advised human rights Rules committees, published continuing education papers, and presented at numerous human rights conferences in Ontario.