Programs, approved or ordered by commission
55(1) On the application of any person or on its own initiative, the commission may approve or order any program to be undertaken by any person if the program is designed to prevent disadvantages that are likely to be suffered by, or to eliminate or reduce disadvantages that are suffered by, any group of individuals when those disadvantages would be or are based on or related to the race, creed, religion, colour, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, family status, marital status, disability, age, nationality, ancestry or place of origin of members of that group, or the receipt of public assistance by members of that group, by improving opportunities respecting services, facilities, accommodation, employment or education in relation to that group or the receipt of public assistance by members of that group.
(2) At any time before or after the commission approves a program, or a program is ordered by the commission or the court, the commission may:
(a) make inquiries concerning the program;
(b) vary the program;
(c) impose conditions on the program; or
(d) withdraw approval of the program as the commission thinks fit.