Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Discrimination and Human Rights (2022 Reissue)
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The broad prohibition against discrimination in Canada means that lawyers practicing in almost any field must be alive to the wide-ranging implications of human rights law. This requires a solid awareness of sweeping federal and provincial human rights legislation that specifically addresses questions of discrimination and equality, as well as a practical understanding of the regulatory framework and varied enforcement mechanisms.
The Halsbury's Discrimination and Human Rights (2022 Reissue) volume systematically sets out the law governing this important area, making it an invaluable touchstone for lawyers not only in human rights law, but in virtually every area of practice. From fielding client queries on obligations in respect of hiring practices to providing guidance on the application of the law in a landlord and tenant context, this volume will serve as a resource that is consulted with both frequency and confidence.
Topics covered include:
- Application and scope
- Charter analysis
Canadian Bill of Rights
- Application and scope
- Prohibited grounds
Human rights legislation
- Interaction between Charter, human rights legislation and other legislation
- Federal and provincial legislative framework
Forms of discrimination
- Direct and indirect discrimination
- Systemic discrimination
- Religion and creed
- Race and colour
- National origin, place of origin, ethnic origin, ancestry
- Citizenship and nationality
- Sex, gender and sexual orientation
- Marital and family status
- Political belief
- Criminal record
- Receipt of social assistance
Defences and exceptions
Practice and procedure
- General framework
- Limitation periods
- Hearings and interlocutory proceedings
- Parallel actions and proceedings
- Federal and provincial initiatives and requirements
- Statutory rules
- Equal wages guidelines
- Pay equity complaints
And much more.
Table of contents
I. Equality Rights: The Constitutional Framework
II. Canadian Bill of Rights
IV. Employment Equity
V. Pay Equity
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