Ontario's Human Rights Code Amendment Means New Challenges for Employers by Matthew L. Dewar

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On December 20, 2006, the Ontario Human Rights Code Amendment Act, 2006, better known as Bill 107, received Royal Assent after the Act was passed on December 5, 2006. The McGuinty Government's stated goal for Bill 107 has been to "modernize the human rights system and shorten the pipeline from complaint to resolution." The bill had a rocky road in 2006, with most stakeholders being opposed to it. Now that it has passed, employers need to understand what the new system will mean for them.

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