The Canadian Human Rights Commission says it has stopped mistreating Black employees but acknowledged “there is a long road ahead on our anti-racism journey.” Critics have demanded the entire management be fired for discrimination.

“We recognize there is a long road ahead on our anti-racism journey,” Charlotte-Anne Malischewski, Interim Chief Human Rights Commissioner, wrote the Senate human rights committee. The Commission had new employee survey data to “assess the progress we’ve made and the work we have yet to do.”

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