The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Michael San Miguel as a new Commissioner.  The Government of Saskatchewan made the 5-year term appointment on December 15, 2016 through an Order in Council.

“Mr. San Miguel has shown that he understands the importance of fostering respect for all people in our province,” said Chief Commissioner David Arnot. “I know that Michael’s commitment to inclusion will serve the SHRC well as it pursues its complaint resolution and public education mandates.”

Michael San Miguel is a long-time community builder with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, culture, and public service. He is a skilled leader in the non-profit housing industry, promoting the importance of safe, affordable homes and strong communities. He currently resides in Saskatoon with his family.

Michael San Miguel joins David Arnot (Chief Commissioner), Paul Favel, Q.C., Janice Gitlin, Barry Wilcox, Q.C., Colleen Cameron, and Heather Kuttai as Commissioners for the SHRC.

The mission of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission is to promote and protect the individual dignity, fundamental freedoms, and equal rights of Saskatchewan citizens as mandated by The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code.