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Saskatchewan may abolish Human Rights Tribunal

Angela Hall, Canwest News Service · Friday, Apr. 16, 2010: Th “This is a recommendation that’s come forward and is a recommendation that, in fact, may have some merit. There are criticisms that the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal may be seen as too close to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission,” Mr.

e Saskatchewan government may scrap its Human Rights Tribunal in favour of having rights cases heard by the courts, the province’s justice minister said yesterday. Justice Minister Don Morgan said the province could dissolve the tribunal and turn its cases over to the Court of Queen’s Bench — something that has been suggested by David Arnot, chief commissioner of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

“is is a recommendation that’s come forward and is a recommendation that, in fact, may have some merit. ere are criticisms that the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal may be seen as too close to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission,” Mr. Morgan said in the legislature. Read More

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