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Human Rights Case Law

Human rights complaints in Newfoundland and Labrador can be resolved in one of two ways; either through an early resolution process (usually mediation or settlement) or through an adjudication process (a Board of Inquiry hearing or court decision).

Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Commission

Decisions by other provincial, territorial and federal human rights Boards of Inquiries and human rights-related decisions of the Courts can be found here:

Federal/Provincial/Territorial Commissions

Federal/Provincial/Territorial Tribunals

Case Law

  • CANLII – Free legal database providing full-text access to Canadian legislation, court decisions, and board and tribunal decisions.

Canadian Legal Sources

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