What do I do if a complaint is made against me?

If the Commission has notified you that a complaint has been made against you or your organization, then you or your organization are called a "respondent." You may want to review the following information:

You may also wish to review information on specific human rights topics and the interpretive bulletin on duty to accommodate. Many of these topics relate to the area of employment.

You may wish to contact the Alberta Human Rights Commission to discuss your specific situation with one of our offices.

Revised: December 2019



The Alberta Human Rights Commission is an independent commission of the Government of Alberta.

Due to confidentiality concerns, the Commission cannot reply to inquiries about specific situations by email. Please call the Commission's Confidential Inquiry Line if you have a specific question.

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