Open Letter to Yukon Human Rights Commission:
On July 1st and 2nd I forwarded letters of complaint charging that two Watson Lake businesses are continuing to violate my inherent rights and freedoms, contrary to the spirit and intent outlined in Sections 1, 2, 9, 12, and 30 of the Yukon Human Rights Act. Almost four months have now passed since these two submissions were mailed to you, and to date I have yet to receive the courtesy of an acknowledgement.
Both the public at large and I are certainly entitled to learn about the reasons for your inaction in this matter. Is it possible the commission has been instructed to defer or ignore my submissions? If not, does the commission intend to consider these complaints and if so, precisely when?
Respect for the individual rights and freedoms of all citizens are paramount in a free society. I have enclosed copies of both submissions for your attention. Before attempting to expose this matter as a major public issue, I will await an early and hopefully positive response through the services of Canada Post.
Donald E. Taylor