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Advisory service on reasonable accommodation 

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Do you wonder if you have a duty to accommodate and how to do it?

The Commission provides free and confidential reasonable accommodation advisory services to help you:

  •  Understand your legal obligation
  •  Assist you in managing requests
  •  Find solutions
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This video presents our Advisory service on reasonable accommodation (French only)
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  • A person who uses a service dog wants to participate in a group activity. Another participant is allergic to dogs, she wants to leave the group.
  • An employee wants time off to celebrate a religious holiday.
  • An employee with a substance abuse problem wants a leave of absence of two months in order to receive treatment at a rehabilitation centre.
  • A person in charge of a day camp asks whether she must accept a child with mental health problems.
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Reasonable accommodation is a means used to put an end to any situation of discrimination based on disability, religion, age or any other ground prohibited by the Charter. Reasonable accommodation is an obligation.

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