Proposed human rights legislation gets failing grade (September 2002)

For the second time in twenty years, the Government of British Columbia has decided to
abolish its Human Rights Commission. If the draft legislation set out in Bill 53 passes,
the Commission will be erased again, this time in the name of providing British
Columbians with a new, more efficient “direct access” model of human rights
enforcement.

For the second time in twenty years, the Government of British Columbia has decided to abolish its Human Rights Commission. If the draft legislation set out in Bill 53 passes, the Commission will be erased again, this time in the name of providing British Columbians with a new, more efficient “direct access” model of human rights enforcement.

Proposed Human Rights Legislation Gets Failing Grade (Sept 2002)

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