Saskatchewan human rights commission discrimination
The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) recognizes discrimination in regards to race, gender, sexual orientation and other necessary protected grounds but body size and physical appearance remains absent. You can help us change that by adding your name to this petition to make SIZE and physical appearance a protected ground in the SHRC.On the evening of March 14, 2019, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission held a public Courageous Conversation event about hate speech. Our panel discussed the potential dangers of hate speech and how, when left unregulated, unchecked or unchallenged, it can incite hate crime. saskatchewan human rights commission discrimination
Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission v Whatcott 2013 SCC 11 is a Canadian constitutional law case concerning the constitutionality of the hate speech provision in Saskatchewan's human rights legislation.