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Pinto Report - Moving Beyond a Narrow Focus on the Adjudication System

Jan 25, 2013
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The release of the Pinto Report provides a fresh opportunity to assess the state of human rights in Ontario. In the concluding pages of the Pinto Report it asks: “Whose responsibility is human rights enforcement?” Yet it does not really answer that question. While the Report raises many important issues about the functioning of the four Bill 107 pillars1 of Ontario’s human rights system, it fails to focus on the key overall entity responsible for making sure Ontarians are guaranteed human rights protection – the Ontario Government.

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