|Human Rights Act, RSY 2002, c 116||Prohibited Grounds||7. It is discrimination
to treat any individual or group unfavourably on any of the
|Duty to provide
for special need
|8. (1) Every person has a
responsibility to make reasonable provisions in connection with
employment, accommodations, and services for the special needs of
others if those special needs arise from physical disability, but
this duty does not exist if making the provisions would result in
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1) "undue hardship" shall be determined by balancing the advantages and disadvantages of the provisions by reference to factors such as
|Prohibited discrimination||9. No person shall
|10. It is not
discrimination if treatment is based on
|11(1) It is not
discrimination for a religious, charitable, educational, social,
cultural, or athletic organization to give preference to its
members or to people the organization exists to serve.
(2) It is not discrimination for individuals to give preference to members of their family.
(3) Section 9 does not apply to
|Special programs and affirmative action||13. (1) Special programs
and affirmative action programs are not discrimination.
(2) Special programs are programs designed to prevent disadvantages that are likely to be suffered by any group identified by reference to a prohibited ground of discrimination.
(3) Affirmative action programs are programs designed to reduce disadvantages resulting from discrimination suffered by a group identified by reference to a prohibited ground of discrimination.
|Harassment||14(1) No person shall
|Retaliation||30. It is an offence for a person to retaliate or threaten to retaliate against any other person on the ground that the other person has done or proposes to do anything this Act permits or obliges them to do.|
|No person shall
(e) in the negotiation or performance of any contract that is offered to or for which offers are invited from the public.