11 Jun 2010 Human Rights Commission closings apolitical: official
Posted at 23:17h in Blog, Fundamental Freedoms 0 Comments
Canwest News Service March 27, 2010: A decision by the Canadian Human Rights Commission to close offices in Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax is not an attack on human rights, nor is it being done on orders from the Conservative government, says a top official with the commission.
Karen Mosher, secretary-general of the commission, said yesterday the closings are part of a reorganization that will save about $500,000 in rent, salaries and other administrative costs while having a minimal impact on the work of the commission. Read more
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