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Adding Social Condition to the Canadian Human Rights Act

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What is social condition? Should it be covered by the Canadian Human Rights Act? This report looks at a range of arguments both for and against making social condition a new prohibited ground of discrimination. It also recommends a feasible and practical means for adding social condition to the Canadian Human Rights Act.

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