Updated: September 25, 2020

When rules, policies, practices, physical space and systems have a negative impact on an individual or group protected under the B.C. Human Rights Code they could be seen as discriminatory. Persons or organizations are responsible to modify (duty to accommodate) these rules, practices, systems, etc. unless it would create undue hardship to do so.  Protected grounds under the B.C. Human Rights Code can be found here.