Public Service Staffing Complaints Regulations
Marginal note:Notice of issue
20 (1) If the complainant raises an issue involving the interpretation or application of the Canadian Human Rights Act in a complaint made under subsection 65(1) or 77(1) of the Act, the notice that the complainant is required by subsection 65(5) or section 78 of the Act to give to the Canadian Human Rights Commission must be in writing and must include
(a) a copy of the complaint;
(b) the complainant’s name and the mailing address or electronic mail address that is to be used for sending documents to the complainant;
(c) the name, address, telephone number, fax number and electronic mail address of the complainant’s authorized representative, if any;
(d) a description of the issue involving the interpretation or the application of the Canadian Human Rights Act and of the alleged discriminatory practice or policy;
(e) the prohibited ground of discrimination involved;
(f) the corrective action sought;
(g) the signature of the complainant or the complainant’s authorized representative; and
(h) the date of the notice.
Marginal note:Copies to be provided
(2) The complainant must give a copy of the notice to each of the other parties, to the Executive Director and to each of the intervenors, if any. Those copies do not need to include copies of the complaint.
Marginal note:Notice of intention to make submissions
(3) The Canadian Human Rights Commission must, no later than 15 days after receiving the notice, notify the Executive Director whether or not it intends to make submissions regarding the issue referred to in paragraph (1)(d).
Marginal note:Executive Director to provide copies
(4) The Executive Director must provide a copy of the notice from the Canadian Human Rights Commission to each of the parties and each of the intervenors, if any.
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