The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission is a provincial government body that investigates complaints about discrimination that is contrary to The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code. It operates independently of the provincial government and can deal with complaints about the actions of provincial government and provincial government bodies.
The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code sets out a number of prohibited grounds of discrimination. These prohibitions apply to certain aspects of life, including work, education and housing.
The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission can investigate complaints and help individuals resolve their matter in a number of ways.
Share your experiences and help us learn more about the state of sexual harassment across occupations and industries. PLEA’s Male Dominated Industries survey is designed to gain insight into the reality of sexual harassment in workplaces traditionally occupied by males. Lend you voice and help shape our programming.