Completing the Complaint Form
After your Inquiry Form has been received, a Human Rights Officer (HRO) will review the information provided for sufficient details, clarity, and jurisdiction. The HRO will also check the legal name of the alleged respondent. This is necessary for an investigation to happen and to have the complaint/allegations responded to. It is possible at this time that you will be advised that your complaint will not be accepted.
If your inquiry meets the criteria, it can proceed through the complaint process, the information you provided will be formatted on an official complaint form and reviewed with you. At this time, you will sign and date it. As of the date you sign the form, you will have an official human rights complaint.