Can an individual whose rights under the Criminal Code have not been infringed bring an application to the Human Rights Tribunal?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Rosilius v. Ontario (Education), 2019 HRTO 705 (CanLII):

This Tribunal has repeatedly held that an individual whose rights under the Code have not been infringed cannot bring an application to the Tribunal concerning a matter which she or he believes is in the public interest. See Carasco v. University of Windsor, 2012 HRTO 195.

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