Human rights in other areas

This section of the website discusses how human rights law applies in the following areas, which are protected under the Alberta Human Rights Act:

Residential and commercial tenancy

Statements, publications, notices, signs, symbols, emblems or other representations

Membership in trade unions, employers' organizations or occupational associations

Revised: March 9, 2010



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

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