The Canadian Human Rights Act: The Duty to Accommodate When Providing Goods or Services – a legal literacy activity

With the support of the Canadian Bar Association Law for the Future Fund, the Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc., in cooperation with the Organization for Literacy in Lambton, has created a series of Legal Literacy Activities.

This legal literacy activity, one in a series on the Canadian federal human rights process, covers what types of accommodation a provider of goods and services may need to make in order to comply with the Canadian Human Rights Act. Adult learners are presented with case studies to help them engage with these concepts.