If you believe that you have experienced discrimination or harassment in Nunavut, which has occurred within the last two years, you should contact the Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal. We do not adjudicate matters regarding federal businesses or organizations. The Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal is located in Coral Harbour. Please contact us for information and to receive a Notification form to begin the process.
A Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal Human Rights Officer can be reached at 1-866-413-6478 toll-free.
If you think you have been discriminated against by a federal business or organization these fall under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Human Rights Act, not the Nunavut Human Rights Act. Some examples include banks, airlines, telecommunications companies, the RCMP or a federal government department.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission can be reached by phone at 1-888-214-1090 toll-free.
If you have been discriminated against or harassed for any of the following reasons as outlined in the Act, you have grounds to assert your case and seek a resolution. Certain types of discrimination and harassment are against the law.
If you feel you have been discriminated against or harassed based on one of the grounds outlined above, you should complete a Notification form and file it with the Human Rights Tribunal office. If you intend to see a resolution, please familiarize yourself with the following process.