FREE Online Course Can Improve Customer Service

Serving All Customers Better is a free online course designed to help front line service staff address and prevent consumer racial profiling. The aim of the course is to help businesses create inclusive and welcoming environments for all customers. The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has launched a free online course to help businesses address and … Read more

You Can Play

The NWT Human Rights Commission is proud to support Sport North Federation and their participation and leadership in the You Can Play movement. The TEAM NWT You Can Play video is the first of its kind by a provincial or territorial sports organization in Canada. The Commission is proud to have provided financial support to … Read more

Call for Nominations – 2016 Accessibility Award

The NWT Human Rights Commission is seeking nominations for their 5th annual Accessibility Award. This award is presented to a business or organization in recognition of new or existing physical and/or non-physical accommodations that increase accessibility to services for the public. Any business or organization providing services to the public is eligible for nomination. Deadline … Read more

Implementing the Recommendations of the 2015 Comprehensive Review

Executive Summary In 2014 the NWT Human Rights Commission contracted an independent review of the NWT Human Rights Act (Act) and its supporting programs to mark the tenth anniversary of the Act’s inception in 2004. The Commission received and publicly released the review report in April 2015. The review assessed the system’s progress in achieving … Read more