Thompson Rivers University promotes teaching, scholarship and research, and the free and critical discussion of ideas. The University is committed to providing a working and learning environment that allows for the full and free participation of all members of the University community. Discrimination undermines these objectives, violates the fundamental rights, personal dignity and integrity of individuals or groups of individuals and may require remedial action by the University.

Harassment is a form of discrimination that is prohibited under this policy and may result in the imposition of disciplinary sanctions including, where appropriate, dismissal or permanent suspension.

Please see the University's Harassment Prevention Policy here.

In addition, the University's collective agreements with TRUFA, TRUOLFA and CUPE have provisions with regard to harassment and the procedures to address alleged harassment.

Any member of the University community who believes she/he has been subject to harassment may contact the University's Human Rights Officer, Hugh MacInnes, at 250-434-2591 or hugh.macinnes@hmlaw.ca.

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