CCNM - Toronto Campus Policies
CCNM is committed to providing a barrier-free environment that allows all people to maintain their independence and dignity.
Discrimination and Harassment Policy
CCNM is committed to providing an intentionally inclusive learning, teaching, and working environment that is respectful and free from discrimination and harassment for all members of the CCNM community in compliance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the British Columbia Human Rights Code.
In an effort to resolve disputes equitably and expeditiously, the College has adopted a dispute resolution policy to enshrine the principles of natural justice into disputes between College stakeholders.
Employee-Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
To provide a safe and respectful learning and working environment free from sexual misconduct for all members of the CCNM community.
Employment Equity Policy
The College will promote employment equity within the CCNM community and provide equal opportunity and equitable representation in employment for all applicants and employees
Flexible Workplace Policy
CCNM is committed to creating and developing opportunities that promote employee engagement and well-being, and create and maintain a culture of care and performance.
The purpose of this policy is to fulfill this commitment, help prevent the spread of COVID-19, and to maintain compliance with city, federal, provincial and Public Health regulations and guidelines.
CCNM is committed to protecting the privacy rights of all individuals who visit the College’s websites.
Policy on COVID-19 Vaccinations
The Government of Ontario requires post-secondary institutions operating in Ontario to have a vaccination policy. The following has been created in response to this requirement.
Workplace Violence, Harassment,
and Sexual Harassment
and Sexual Harassment
All members of the CCNM community are expected to be respectful of other members of the community and those with whom they come into contact while representing CCNM. All forms of harassment and discrimination are prohibited.
Additional Academic and
To review additional academic and CCNM policies, please consult the academic calendar.