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The Law of Human Rights in Canada: Practice and Procedure
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Gain access to thorough coverage of human rights law and procedure in every Canadian jurisdiction. Inside this resource you'll find:
  • A review of the legislation and its application for all provinces and territories as well as the federal jurisdiction
  • In-depth analysis, expert commentary and decisions from all jurisdictions in Canada and policy statements from selected jurisdictions
  • Policies and guidelines on various Human Rights Commissions
It also offers detailed direction on initiating, defending against and preventing human rights complaints. Find coverage on:
  • Prohibited grounds of discrimination
  • The defences available to a complaint of discrimination
  • The remedies available to a complainant
  • The complaint procedure, including appeals and judicial review
Access the latest decisions and policies and what they mean.
About the Author
The Honourable Justice Russel W. Zinn was appointed in 2008 as a Judge of the Federal Court and ex officio member of the Federal Court of Appeal and as a Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada. Justice Zinn is a former senior partner of the law firm Ogilvy Renault in Ottawa, where he practiced with the employment and labour group. A frequent speaker on labour and employment law and particularly human rights issues as they impact upon the employment relationship, Justice Zinn has frequently spoken at conferences organized by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Institute, the Centre for Labour Management Development, County of Carleton Law Association, among others. Justice Zinn has also presented guest lectures at the University of Ottawa Law School.