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City of St.Albert

Groups at Risk of Exclusion

The sections below are meant to educate others on the people in our community and workforce who are at risk of exclusion. There is diversity within each one of these groups.  These sections are not all-encompassing and may not include all people who are at risk of exclusion. How a group of people identify themselves will expand far beyond a snapshot. Also, each of us could identify with more than one group, and our individual personalities make each person unique.

Human Rights

Human rights in Alberta is a newspaper-style publication that provides plain language information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Commission.

Human rights in Alberta view-only PDF This tabloid newspaper-size version is not suitable for printing from a personal computer, but you can view it online. Please note that this is a large file (2 MB) and may take up to 2 minutes to download with a dial-up Internet connection. Human rights in Alberta audio version - You can listen to this version while you read along.

Protected Areas and Grounds Alberta Human Rights Act (Printable)

Human Rights Reads


Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous People (First Nations, Inuit, Métis)

Aboriginal Reads


Racialized People

Immigrants and Racialized People

Immigrant Experience Reads


LGBTQ+ People

LGBTQ+ People

LGBTQ+ Reads 


People with Mental Health Problems

Mental Health and Mental Illness

Mental Health Reads


Understanding Disabilities

Understanding Disabilities

Persons with Disabilites Reads


Religious Beliefs

Religious Beliefs

Religion and Spirituality Reads


Sexual and Gender Minorities

Sexual and Gender Minorities Snapshot

Gender Reads


Ageism

Ageism Bulletin

Aging Reads

Rights of Children & Youth


Low Income

Breaking Down the Barriers for Low Income Residents

Poverty Reads


Understanding Addictions

Understanding Addictions Bulletin

Understanding Addiction Reads


We acknowledge the Equity & Inclusion Lens Handbook (City of Ottawa and City for All Women Initiative CAWI).

Please continue to check this section for added information.

Last edited: December 20, 2018

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