Les 14 motifs interdits de discrimination et de harcèlement
It is a way of classifying humans according to physical or cultural criteria, without a scientific basis.
It's the color of your skin.
It is for example the fact of being a woman or a man. If you are discriminated against because you are a trans person, it is the reason "gender identity or expression".
Gender identity or expression
It's the gender you identify with. For example, being a trans or non-binary person.
It's the fact of being pregnant and having a baby. This ground also includes everything related to pregnancy, such as health monitoring and maternity leave.
It is the emotional, emotional or sexual attraction to someone. For example, being heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual.
It's your family status. It includes several situations, including being single, married, divorced or in a common-law relationship and whether or not you have children.
The law may provide for a minimum age for certain rights, without discrimination. For example, you must be at least 18 years old to vote or buy alcohol.
This may include your religion or beliefs, as well as not having a religion.
These are the political ideas with which you firmly believe and with which you identify.
It may be your mother tongue or another language you speak at home, at work or elsewhere. It may also be your accent.
Ethnic or national origin
These are your cultural characteristics or nationality.
These may include your occupation, income (e.g., being registered in a social assistance program), education or homelessness.
Disability includes a person's physical, mental or psychological limitations. It also includes ways to reduce its effects, such as using a wheelchair or using a guide dog.