Behaviour and/or situations that run contrary to respectful, honest, fair and dignified treatment will not be tolerated.
Discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated. This includes any behaviour, practice or policy that has a direct or adverse impact based on: age, ancestry, colour, family status, marital status, mental or physical disability, place of origin, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, source of income, or gender (including sexual harassment), or any other ground covered by the Alberta Human Rights Act.
- Discriminatory or harassing behaviours include unwelcome comments, actions, jokes, taunts, suggestions or speculations about a person’s body, attire, sex life, etc. as well as displays of pornographic or other sexual materials in the form of pictures, electronic mail, graffiti, cartoons or sayings.
- Sexual harassment includes comments or conduct such as: unwelcome advances, requests, comments, physical contact such as unnecessary touching, pinching or jostling or suggestive gestures or persistent staring of a sexual nature.
Threats will not be tolerated. Threats includes any act, gesture or statement that gives a volunteer or hiker reasonable cause to believe that there is risk of injury to themselves, another person or Skyline Hikers property.