Human Rights & Discrimination

Disclosing a Human Rights or Discrimination Concern

All members of the campus are prohibited from discriminating against an individual or group based on the 14 protected grounds:  race; colour; ancestry; place of origin; religious beliefs; gender (including pregnancy, gender expression and gender identity); physical disability; mental disability; marital status; family status; source of income; sexual orientation; age; and, political belief. 

The university’s Discrimination, Harassment and Duty to Accommodate Policy defines the following important key human rights terms: the protected grounds, discrimination, harassment, bullying, sexual harassment, racial harassment and duty to accommodate. 

For more information or to make a disclosure contact OSDHR by email at or telephone at 780.492.7478.  Alternatively, you can file an online report using the online reporting tool

The Quick Links on the right-hand side of this page provide details on our process for responding to disclosures and complaints.