Discover all of the current and past human rights news, announcements and events, and see how you can get involved in supporting human rights in the province of Nova Scotia.
A Nova Scotia woman who was racially profiled while shopping at a Sobeys store in Tantallon will receive $21,000 by Sobeys Group Inc.
Do you live in North Preston, East Preston, Cherry Brook or Lake Loon? Do you otherwise have a personal connection to these communities?
Independent board of inquiry chair Donald Murray dismissed the hearing into the Tony Smith v. Capital District Health Authority. You can read the Final Decision here.
An independent Nova Scotia human rights board of inquiry decision in the case of David v. Sobeys Group Inc. found that Ms. David was discriminated against.
Board chair Walter Thompson's decision in the matter of Clattenburg/Clattenburg-Pace v. Boutilier's Glen Campground can be found on the Board of Inquiry Decisions page.
Mary Brown and. St. Vincent de Paul Society reach a settlement agreement. Read the Board of Inquiry decision.