13 protected grounds of discrimination
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People cannot discriminate against you because of your race. For example, a person's race might be Aboriginal, African, Asian or Caucasian.
I moved to the city a few weeks ago. I look at the apartment ads every day.
One day, I called a landlord. I went to see an apartment. The landlord looked at me. She said, "Sorry, I don't rent to people like you."
I think the landlord discriminated against me because of my race. I am Aboriginal.
People cannot discriminate against you because of the colour of your skin. For example, a person's skin might be black, brown or white.
I was in a restaurant one day. I was the only black customer.
The server didn't come to my table for a long time. When she came to my table, she wasn't very polite to me.
I think the server discriminated against me because of my colour.
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