Making and resolving human rights complaints

This section includes information for complainants and respondents, a general overview of the Commission's complaint process, and links to forms used in the complaint process.

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Please note: A complaint must be made to the Alberta Human Rights Commission within one year after the alleged incident of discrimination. The one-year period starts the day after the date on which the incident occurred. For help calculating the one-year period, please contact the Commission.

Due to confidentiality concerns, the Alberta Human Rights Commission cannot accept or reply to complaints of discrimination via e-mail. Please phone the Commission's confidential inquiry line if you have a question about a specific situation or want to make a human rights complaint. You can also send written complaints through regular mail.

To inquire about making a complaint, or for help calculating the one-year period for making a complaint, contact the Northern or Southern Regional Office of the Commission:

Alberta Human Rights Commission
Northern Regional Office
800 - 10405 Jasper Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4R7
Office hours 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Confidential Inquiry Line 780-427-7661
Fax 780-427-6013

Alberta Human Rights Commission
Southern Regional Office
200 J.J. Bowlen Building
620 - 7 Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Y8
Office hours 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Confidential Inquiry Line 403-297-6571
Fax 403-297-6567

Revised: October 8, 2014

 


The Alberta Human Rights Commission is an independent commission of the Government of Alberta.

Due to confidentiality concerns, the Commission cannot reply to complaints of discrimination by email. Please contact the Commission by phone or regular mail if you have a specific complaint.

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