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27.08.2014 RACIAL PROFILING CASE HEADING TO HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL, “OPPORTUNITY TO EXAMINE POLICE-BLACK RELATIONS IN MONTREAL”
15.08.2014 DISCRIMINATORY LANGUAGE POLICY AT IMMIGRATION PREVENTION CENTER HEADING TO CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL
04.08.2014 SYSTEMIC DISCRIMINATION IN DISABLED STUDENTS’ SERVICES: BLACK LAW STUDENT FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST MCGILL UNIVERSITY
31.07.2014 FILIPINA LIVE-IN CAREGIVER CASES STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION BY QUEBEC’S HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
24.07.2014 JEWISH EMPLOYEE TAKES JEWISH EMPLOYER TO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION FOR SATURDAY SCHEDULE BAN
16.07.2014 HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL AWARDS $30,000 IN DAMAGES FOR VICIOUS RACIST ACTS FROM NEIGHBOR
27.06.2014 PEACE OFFICERS NOT UNDER LEGAL OBLIGATION TO COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH, SAYS QUEBEC’S POLICE ETHICS COMMISSIONER
18.06.2014 BLACK YOUTH ARRESTED IN MISTAKEN IDENTITY CASE ACQUITTED OF OBSTRUCTION CHARGE
17.06.2014 QUEBEC HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION: THE CITY OF MONTREAL MUST PAY BLACK MAN $33,000 FOR RACIAL PROFILING
05.06.2014 DISABLED BLACK MAN VIOLENTLY DETAINED BY MONTREAL POLICE WITHOUT EXPLANATION OR APOLOGY
25.05.2014 ATTACK ON MONTREAL MOSQUE: AUTHORITIES AND COMMUNITIES MUST TAKE TOUGH ACTION AGAINST HATE CRIMES
21.05.2014 “CLUMSY” BUT NOT DISCRIMINATORY FOR POLICE TO TELL ANGLOPHONE BLACK DRIVER “YOU LIVE IN QUEBEC, YOU SHOULD SPEAK FRENCH”
05.05.2014 CRARR WILL INTERVENE IN SUPREME COURT CASE ON RACISM WITH MAJOR CONSEQUENCES FOR EQUALITY-SEEKING GROUPS
02.05.2014 UPDATE: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION DECISION DISMISSING POLICE RACE BIAS CASE TO STAND
03.04.2014 INDO-CANADIAN MOTHER AND SON TO CHALLENGE DECISION IN MEDICARE DISCRIMINATION CASE
31.03.2014 CRARR TO ASSIST MCGILL SOCIAL WORK LECTURER IN CASE ABOUT SYSTEMIC RACISM IN UNIVERSITY HIRING
21.03.2014 STATEMENT FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACISM
18.03.2014 BLACK MAN FILES COMPLAINT WITH FEDERAL PRIVACY COMMISSIONER OVER BANK'S VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
07.03.2014 CRARR TO HOLD PUBLIC EVENT TO CALL FOR COMPREHENSIVE POLICY ON SYSTEMIC RACISM
28.02.2014 SEVEN YEARS LATER, 15 CHINESE WORKERS WON $130,000 IN DAMAGES AGAINST RACISM IN EMPLOYMENT