The Ontario Human Rights Code is a provincial law that recognizes the dignity and worth of every person. The Code gives every person the right to equal treatment and equal opportunities in five areas (known as social areas):

Employment
Housing
Contracts
Goods, Services and Facilities
Membership in trade and vocational associations (such as unions).

The Code protects the people of Ontario from being discriminated against or harassed on any of the following grounds:

Race
Ancestry
Citizenship
Disability
Family Status
Age
Sex
(including sexual harassment, pregnancy, and gender identity)
Record of offences
( Note: This ground applies only to claims about employment.)
Colour
Place of Origin
Ethnic Origin
Creed
Marital Status
Sexual Orientation
Receipt of public assistance
(Note: This ground applies only to claims about housing.)

If you have a grievance that falls in the above categories the Law Office of Jason E. Bogle can assist you.

 
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Jason E. Bogle
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137 Berkeley Street, Toronto ON M5A 2X1
Phone: 416.482.0799
Fax: 416.482.0792