Want to know more about your rights? Keep reading.

This site is loaded with information about human rights in Canada—whether you’re an individual, an organization or the media—there is something here for everyone! Visit the site often to see What’s New in Canadian human rights.

This website is hosted by the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s National Aboriginal Initiative.

The National Aboriginal Initiative reaches out to First Nations governments and other Aboriginal organizations to offer its expertise, and assist in developing their capacity to identify and address human rights issues.

If you believe you have experienced discrimination and would like to file a discrimination complaint, you will need to fill out a complaint form. To find out if you have a valid complaint, complete the Commission’s complaint assessment tool.

It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete your online assessment. Contacting the Commission by phone or in writing may mean you will have to wait longer to find out if your complaint is valid.