BC Human Rights Tribunal

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal is an independent, quasi-judicial body created by the B.C. Human Rights Code. The Tribunal is responsible for accepting, screening, mediating and adjudicating human rights complaints.

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This guide provides an overview of the settlement meeting process under the BC Human Rights Code. It describes what happens at the meeting, when the meeting is held, who is at the meeting, and what the outcomes might ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), Punjabi
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The information in this guide provides an overview of the role of the BC Human Rights Tribunal, which is responsible for enforcing the BC human rights law, known as the Human Rights Code. It describes what the tribunal ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), Punjabi
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This guide gives you information about the hearing process for a complaint under the BC Human Rights Code. It provides an overview of the process, describes how you can prepare for the hearing, and explains what happens ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), Punjabi
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This webpage provides links to the four guides to the BC Human Rights Tribunal process. The guides are available in English, Chinese and Punjabi. The page also provides links to additional relevant information sheets ...
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This guide explains how the Tribunal works in plain language. It gives the definition of administrative tribunal and explains the roles of different parties involved. Topics outlined include making the applications, ...
Also available in: Chinese (traditional), Punjabi
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