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Racial discrimination complaint resolved through mediation

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission is pleased to announce that a settlement has been reached in a complaint of discrimination based on ancestry and race. On July 26, 2017, Mr. Kamao Cappo, an Indigenous man, entered Canadian Tire Store #629 (the “Store”) to purchase a new chainsaw.…

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Tom Molloy: a Nation Builder and Champion for Reconciliation

On July 13, Chief Commissioner David Arnot attended the state memorial service for Tom Molloy, our province’s 22nd lieutenant governor. “The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission sends its sincere condolences to His Honour Tom Molloy’s family and to those who called him…

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Advancing Human Rights Values

The African-Canadian Resource Network (ACRN), in collaboration with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, and Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, held a two-day inter-provincial conference on July 5 and 6 at the University of Regina. With the theme, “Advancing Human Rights…

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June is Gender and Sexual Diversity Pride Month in Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan proclaims the month of June as Gender and Sexual Diversity Pride Month. To find Pride events in your area, please visit your local Pride organization: Saskatoon PrideQueen City PrideSouthwest Saskatchewan PrideMoose Jaw PridePrince Albert Pride Happy Pride Month!

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Universal Newborn Screening Program expands to 18 hospitals

To help kick off Speech and Hearing Awareness Month, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health announced that as of May 1, 2019, newborns will be screened for early signs of hearing loss in all 18 hospitals in the province that regularly deliver babies. Follow this link for the full announcement:…

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