Human Rights Records
Human Rights and Equity Office
gender, disability, race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, age, marital status, family status, receipt of public assistance, same-sex partnership status, sexual orientation, employment status, address, contact, union/association membership, record of advising sessions and referrals provided, details about concerns/complaints/disputes, reports.
To counsel, assist and refer students and employees with human rights complaints.
Human Rights and Equity Office, Legal Counsel, Human Rights Commission. To resolve human rights concerns/disputes/complaints.
Individuals in Bank
Students, employees, public.
University of Guelph Act (sections 11 & 13), 1964.
Retention and Disposal
2 years then confidential destruction.