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08.12.2011 CRARR JOINS DISABLED RIGHTS ADVOCATES IN FILING COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MONTREAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
30.11.2011 THE CITY OF LONGUEUIL WILL RE-TRY THE DEBELLEFEUILLE CASE
17.11.2011 SUPERIOR COURT DECISION IN THE JOEL DEBELLEFEUILLE APPEAL: TRIAL JUDGES MUST TAKE INTO ACCOUNT RACIAL PROFILING AS A DEFENSE
16.11.2011 THREE POLICE ETHICS COMMISSIONER'S DECISIONS ON RACIAL PROFILING FILED FOR REVIEW IN ONE MONTH
16.11.2011 SUPERIOR COURT ORDERED NEW TRIAL FOR BLACK MAN ARRESTED IN A DRIVING WHILE BLACK CASE IN LAVAL
15.11.2011 SUPERIOR COURT TO HEAR THE JOEL DEBELLEFEUILLE APPEAL ON RACIAL PROFILING BY LONGUEUIL POLICE
14.11.2011 EMPLOYERS CAN ASK THEIR STAFF NOT TO DISCLOSE SEXUAL ORIENTATION TO CLIENTS: GAY BLACK MAN TOLD
11.11.2011 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FILIPINA LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS’ CASE: FUNDS SOUGHT TO PROTECT DOMESTIC WORKERS’ CIVIL RIGHTS
10.11.2011 BROADCAST EXECUTIVE TONY BURMAN ON “NEWS OVER NOISE IN THE AGE OF AL JAZEERA”
21.10.2011 “SHOPPING WHILE BLACK”: DEPARTMENT STORE HIT BY TWO RACIAL PROFILING COMPLAINTS FROM CUSTOMERS
21.10.2011 “DRIVING WHILE BLACK” IN LAVAL: BLACK LAWYER TO APPEAL POLICE ETHICS COMMISSIONER'S DECISION
14.10.2011 UNIVERSITY DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ARAB SECURITY GUARD IN EMPLOYMENT: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
07.10.2011 CONCORDIA STUDENT AWARDED $11,800 FOR CIVIL STATUS DISCRIMINATION IN LOANS AND BURSARIES
03.10.2011 CASE OF RACIALLY PROFILED BLACK LASALLE TEACHER HEADS TO POLICE ETHICS TRIBUNAL
20.09.2011 POLICE ETHICS COMMITTEE DECISION WRONG ON RACIAL PROFILING, APPEALED BY ARAB WOMAN IN SUPERIOR COURT
19.09.2011 CRARR TO TACKLE DOWNTOWN LANDLORDS' EXPLOITATION OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
16.09.2011 POLICE ETHICS COMMISSIONER TO CITE TWO MONTREAL POLICE OFFICERS FOR ABUSIVE SEARCH AT VILLA MARIA METRO
09.09.2011 MUSLIM EDUCATOR AND MOTHER ACCUSE LA RONDE OF RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS PROFILING
29.08.2011 RACIAL PROFILING IN HEALTH INSURANCE: TWO INDO-MONTREALERS CAUGHT IN NIGHTMARE WORSE THAN THE NO-FLY LIST
24.08.2011 POLICE ETHICS COMMITTEE DECISION STRENGTHENS CASE AGAINST OFFICERS BUT MISSES THE POINT ON RACIAL PROFILING