AODA Alliance Submits a Supplemental Brief to the Pinto Human Rights Code Review

AODA Alliance Also Responds to Criticisms of Us Levelled by the Human Rights Legal Support Centre

Our April 11, 2012 letter explains why we question this conduct by a human rights agency, whose mandate comes from the Human Rights Code, who receives its funding from the Ontario Government, and whose website bears the logo of the Government of Ontario. Our main brief explains how the Centre has in some ways gone beyond the role of explaining to the public its work under the new human rights system. It has in effect stepped into the shoes of those private individuals who successfully proposed and advocated for Bill 107 back in 2006. This latest development further illustrates that point.