The Fundamentals of Human Rights Law in Canada is a comprehensive examination of all aspects of human rights law in Canada. Coverage includes discussion of the prohibited grounds of discrimination, the duty to accommodate, defenses, and procedure in the various human rights tribunals across Canada. This book is one of the titles within the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, a comprehensive encyclopedia of the law in Canada published by Carswell since 1913.
Human rights laws apply in all areas of life in Canada, including employment, public services, and education, and this book explores the latest human rights decisions of courts and tribunals. Fundamentals of Human Rights Law in Canada is a thorough, clear, and dependable review of the law in Canada.