Human Rights Tribunal

The Human Rights Tribunal is a specialized tribunal that hears:

  • complaints concerning discrimination or harassment based on one of the prohibited grounds for discrimination under the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms;
  • cases concerning the exploitation of elderly people and people with disabilities;
  • matters concerning affirmative action programs.
Year of creation1990
ActCharter of human rights and freedoms
CompositionA president designated from among the judges of the Court of Québec 
JurisdictionJurisdiction in the field of human rights
ResponsabilityAnn-Marie Jones, president
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