The BC Human Rights Code makes it illegal for employers to:
- advertise a job in a way that discriminates against someone because they have a disability;
- deny someone a job because of their disability, if the person is able to do the job;
- pay someone a different wage than others doing the same job because the person has a disability; and
- fire or lay off or demote a person because of their disability, unless the person can no longer perform the essential parts of the job.
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