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26.03.2008 MAGHREBI COMMUNITY LEADERS DEPLORE QUEBEC INACTION ON HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT AND DISCRIMINATION
16.02.2008 CRARR SUPPORTS LEGISLATION TO BAN SLAPPs
18.12.2007 AFTER FOUR YEARS, THE QUEBEC HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ORDERS $8,000 IN COMPENSATION FOR A FILIPINO SENIOR WHO WAS RACIALLY HARASSED BY HIS NEIGHBORS
02.10.2007 CRARR JOINS LBGT GROUPS TO DENOUNCE ELEPHANT MAN AND ASKS QUEBEC HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE
07.06.2007 REFUSAL OF RESIDENCY POSITIONS FOR FOREIGN-TRAINED DOCTORS: CRARR ASKS THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION TO INITIATE A SYSTEMIC INVESTIGATION
14.03.2007 HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL AWARDS $16,000 TO TWO BLACK MALE VICTIMS OF RACISM
22.02.2007 ARAB AGROLOGIST DISAPPPOINTED WITH HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION'S TIMID DECISION ON RACISM IN HIRING
04.12.2006 FEDERAL LABOUR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE BLACKBURN SPEAKER AT CRARR’S BREAKFAST MEETING CELEBRATING THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE EMPLOYMENT EQUITY ACT
03.10.2006 CRARR WON $4,000 IN DAMAGES FOR ASIAN BUS DRIVER FOR BEING CALLED “F- CHINK”
26.09.2006 CRARR HAILS CRTC’S DECISION BLAMING RADIO-CANADA FOR BROADCASTING RACIALLY OFFENSIVE STATEMENTS
17.08.2006 CRARR FILES CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINT FOR SAINT-SAUVEUR CHINESE COUPLE WHO WERE ASSAULTED AND TOLD TO GET OUT OF QUEBEC
14.07.2006 THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AWARDS $15,000 TO BLACK YOUTH IN FIRST DECISION ON RACIAL PROFILING
17.03.2006 CRARR WELCOMES PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. BLACK CHIEFS OF POLICE ORGANIZATION AT ROUND-TABLE ON POLICE DIVERSITY TRAINING
09.02.2006 CRARR SUPPORTS YOUNG CITY WORKERS DISCRIMINATED DUE TO AGE
14.07.2005 RACIALLY OFFENSIVE CANDY PACKAGING: CRARR ASKS COUCHE-TARD TO RECALL PRODUCTS FROM ITS STORES
04.07.2005 RACISM IN JURY DELIBERATIONS: CRARR JOINS ACCUSED FAMILY IN CALLING FOR A NEW TRIAL IN AN UNPRECEDENTED CRIMINAL CASE IN QUEBEC
21.01.2005 CRARR LAUNCHES INFORMATION POSTCARDS ON RACIAL PROFILING
THE DEBELLEFEUILLE CASE: FROM RACIAL PROFILING TO PROSECUTORIAL DISCRIMINATION
SOME UNSUNG HEROES OF THE LOCAL BLACK COMMUNITY
SEXUAL VIOLENCE AT CONCORDIA: FOR A NEW CIVIL RIGHTS APPROACH