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Racial Harassment

Racial harassment (also referred to as racist bullying) may take many forms including threats, abuse, insults and taunts based on a person’s race or a characteristic belonging to, or generally believed to belong to a particular race. Harassment of a person because of their race, colour, descent, ethnic, national origin or nationality is unlawful. It is also unlawful to harass a person because a relative or associate of that person is of a different racial identity. Racial harassment can involve a single incident.

Racial Harassment
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