The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) welcomes the opportunity to provide this submission on the proposed Bill 149, Working for Workers Four Act, 2023. This submission concerns Section 8 amendments to the Employment Standards Act relating to Canadian experience and artificial intelligence.
The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) welcomes the Toronto Police Services Board’s (TPSB) update on its implementation of the Policy on Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology (AI Policy), as well as the inventory of technologies and the details of their use by the Toronto Police Service (TPS), which will be presented at the TPSB meeting on January 11, 2024.
TORONTO - Today, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released From Impact to Action, the final report on its inquiry into anti-Black racism by the Toronto Police Service (TPS). The report includes over 100 recommendations for meaningful actions to improve outcomes for Black communities when interacting with the TPS.
Tackling anti-Black racism in education Click to read.
Right to Read inquiry report available online now! Click to read.
OHRC makes over 100 recommendations to address anti-Black racism in the Toronto Police Service. Click to read.
Human rights in Ontario
The Ontario Human Rights System is made up of three separate agencies:
- The Ontario Human Rights Commission (that’s us) works to promote, protect and advance human rights through research, education, targeted legal action and policy development.
- The Human Rights Legal Support Centre gives legal help to people who have experienced discrimination under the Code.
- The Human Rights Tribunal is where human rights applications are filed and decided.
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