The Canadian Human Rights Commission oversees both the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Employment - The Canadian Human Rights Commission oversees

The Canadian Human Rights Commission oversees both the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Employment

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The Canadian Human Rights Commission oversees both the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Employment Equity Act.Briefly describe in your own wordsthe purpose of each of these acts.In 1977, the government of Canada established the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) , aims to administer the Canadian Human Rights Act. Later, its role was expanded to include Employment Equity Act. Both Canadian Human Rights Act and Employment Equity Act apply to Canadian organizations, including federal government department, corporations owned by the federal or provincial government (Crown corporations), and private organizations.The purpose of Canadian Human Rights Act is to protect all individuals in Canada have equal opportunities, and are able to free from discrimination. The Act, is to ensure that all individuals in Canada, have an equal opportunity to the others, to make for themselves “the lives they are able and wish to have” and to “have their needs accommodated.” Moreover, the Act is meant to
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