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14.10.2015 POLICE ETHICS COMMITTEE ORDERS CITATIONS AGAINST OFFICER FOR ILLEGAL USE OF FORCE AND ARREST OF ARAB DRIVER
07.10.2015 MONTREAL POLICE OFFICER SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY FOR EXCESSIVE FORCE, ILLEGAL ARREST OF BLACK MAN
01.10.2015 HATE-BASED ASSAULT AGAINST A PREGNANT MUSLIM WOMAN: THE MONTREAL POLICE’S REACTION IS EQUALLY DISTURBING
31.08.2015 ANOTHER RACE DISCRIMINATION CASE BADLY HANDLED BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
18.08.2015 QUEBEC’S HATE SPEECH BILL HAS SERIOUS FLAWS, MANY PROVISIONS POSSIBLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL
17.08.2015 CASES OF RACE DISCRIMINATION AND PROFILING IN POLICING ON THE DOCKET IN FALL 2015
14.08.2015 CONCORDIA STUDENT'S RACISM AND SEXISM COMPLAINT TO GO TO MEDIATION
11.08.2015 CHINESE DÉPANNEUR OWNERS SPEAK OUT ON HEALTH INSPECTORS’ CRACKDOWN ON TOBACCO SALE TO MINORS
06.08.2015 BLACK HAIR DISCRIMINATION CASE TO GO TO MEDIATION
05.08.2015 BLACK WOMAN WHO WAS VIOLENTLY ARRESTED AND MAIMED BY MONTREAL POLICE CHARGED WITH FOUR COUNTS
04.08.2015 BILL 59: LEGISLATORS LISTENED, RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS MINORITIES ADDED TO NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HEARINGS ON HATE SPEECH BILL
30.07.2015 ANGLOPHONE BLACK WOMAN'S RACE BIAS COMPLAINT REJECTED BY HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AFTER SIX YEARS
27.07.2015 RACIALIZED POLICE TECHNOLOGY APPLICANTS WHO FAIL SWIM TEST MAY HAVE FACED DISCRIMINATION
23.07.2015 SUPREME COURT ON RACIAL/ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT: A DEVASTATING LOSS FOR JAVED LATIF, BUT A MAJOR GAIN FOR ALL VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION
14.07.2015 RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS MINORITIES ASKED TO BE HEARD AT NATIONAL ASSEMBLY HEARINGS ON HATE SPEECH BILL
29.06.2015 KAHNAWAKE RESIDENTS BEGIN TO FILE COMPLAINTS UNDER THE CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS ACT
26.06.2015 QUEBEC HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION DECLINES LEGAL REPRESENTATION BEFORE TRIBUNAL TO CHINESE VICTIM OF DISCRIMINATION
25.06.2015 LACHINE SPORTS CLUB QUESTIONS ARBITRARY BOROUGH'S DENIAL OF RECOGNITION AND PERMITS
12.06.2015 BILL TO PROCLAIM NELSON MANDELA DAY IN QUÉBEC ADOPTED IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
10.06.2015 KAHNAWAKE RESIDENTS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DISCRIMINATION CAN FILE COMPLAINTS UNDER THE CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS ACT