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New Brunswick
Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission is a provincial government agency. It promotes equality and investigates and tries to settle complaints of discrimination and harassment. If a complaint cannot be settled, a human rights tribunal can hear the evidence. If it decides that there was discrimination, it can issue orders to correct it.

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Human rights commission releases annual report
New guideline on accommodating students with disabilities in post-secondary institutions
2014 Human Rights Award presented
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