In Saskatchewan people are protected against discrimination on many grounds, such as race, religion or sex. Discrimination means treating someone differently because of something about them.
In Saskatchewan there are laws against discrimination. These laws prohibit discrimination on certain grounds like race and sex. They protect against discrimination on these grounds in situations like being served in a restaurant, renting a place to live or looking for a job.
You can report discrimination to The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. You can make a complaint up to one year after the incident happened. You start the process by contacting the Human Rights Commission.