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Open Letter Regarding Discrimination in Tenancy

Earlier this year, the population of Saskatchewan hit an all-time record high, with more families choosing to make our province home than ever before. While optimism and opportunity remain high, there are those who struggle. Many families live on fixed incomes of pension benefits, disability…

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Human Rights Day 2015 – “Our Rights. Our Freedoms. Always.”

Over the coming months, thousands of Syrian refugees will come to Canada in search of freedom. That freedom, as the United Nations theme for Human Rights Day 2015 observes, is the freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. Like all other refugees, they will…

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High School Students Challenged to Make the World A Better Place

Nate Leipciger understands the power of hope. During the Second World War, Mr. Leipciger’s family was imprisoned at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp. At that time, and as a boy entering his teen years, holding on to the belief that he would be reunited with his…

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Human Rights in Saskatchewan

It's the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission's job to discourage and eliminate discrimination. It does that in three ways:

  • Investigates complaints of discrimination
  • Promotes and approves equity programs
  • Educates people about human rights law in Saskatchewan

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