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August 12, 2011
Ontario is taking the next step to strengthen the human rights system to provide faster, more accessible justice for those who have faced discrimination and to ensure better protection of the human rights Ontarians cherish.
Mr. Pinto of Pinto Wray James LLP is a prominent human rights and employment lawyer. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto where he teaches administrative law with a focus on tribunals, agencies, boards and commissions. He is also past chair of the administrative law section of the Ontario Bar Association and past chair of the equity advisory group of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Public consultations will be held. This review is expected to be completed by spring 2012. For updates on the status, please visit Human Rights Review.
In June 2008, the Ontario human rights system was reformed to include:
Find out more about human rights in Ontario.