Human Rights

In Canada, our strives for equal treatment for citizens and residents is the envy of countries around the world. That does not, however, mean that we are always perfect. Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Ontario’s Human Rights Code were designed to afford all Canadians equal rights and opportunities, but laws cannot guarantee that you will not experience unjust acts on the part of private organizations and government institutions, including the police.

What Constitutes Discrimination?

Discrimination can include restricted access to housing, contracts, goods, services and facilities, as well as unfair treatment based on reasons including the following; 

• sexual orientation
• gender or gender identity
• race, colour, ancestry or ethnic origin
• religion or creed            
• mental or physical disabilities 
• age

Let’s stand up against racial, gender, age, religious and sexual orientations discrimination together.

Let’s stand up against racial, gender, age, religious and sexual orientations discrimination together.

Taking Legal Action

Being a victim of discrimination is a traumatic experience, often deterring victims from taking legal action. Hartman Law, a boutique law firm located in downtown Toronto, has a team of specialized discrimination lawyers, with decades of experience representing victims of discrimination and human rights violations. We will help you explore all of your legal options and help negotiate, mediate, and fight for you.

PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, at this time we do not represent cases of workplace discrimination. 

Fight back today by calling us: 416-316-2234

 

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Discrimination Lawyer, Jeffrey Hartman

Discrimination Lawyer, Jeffrey Hartman

Jeff has been my lawyer for the past 6 months, and during this time he has made me feel informed and confident in my case. He has been honest and communicative every step of the way. I am so grateful to have Jeff representing me through this very tough and emotional time.
— F. Dunne