Navigating or browsing the Canadian Human Rights Commission Web site is quite simple. Use the top navigation bar by clicking on any of the buttons to go to the page it represents. Assistance is provided by the left navigation bar, which displays the main sections of the site. Click on each section and a list of sub-sections will be displayed immediately below the heading. Click on the links to view related information.
Most of the content and documents on this Web site are available in HTML format. Some documents are also available in their original format of .pdf (Portable Document Format). You will need the Adobe Reader software to view these documents.
The search engine offers quick access to information through bilingual (French or English) searches, by keyword or phrase. The search function allows you to perform basic searches of the entire site.
Simply type one or more keywords into the "box" on the search page, and then hit the "Search" button. Our server will then look for any "matches" with your query within the CHRC database and show you a list of results.
By default, this search engine looks for the exact phrase you typed in. Typing multiple words will only find results that match all of the words in that exact sequence, except in some cases common words like a, and, the, etc.
The Search Engine is not case or accent sensitive.
To provide easy shortcuts and advice on how to make the site more accessible to you, see the Government of Canada Quick Tips page.
If you require further assistance or are having difficulty finding information, please see our Contact Us options.