Human rights legislation prohibits discriminating against a person with a disability who is working with a service animal. Discrimination includes denial of access to any premises where the public would normally have access. This includes the rights of tenants.
Penalties under human rights legislation range across the country, from $100 to $10,000. The following lists legislation pertaining to guide dogs in all of Canada's 13 jurisdictions. To read sections that deal with service animals, click on the files attached to the bottom of this page. To access the full document click on the name of the legislation.
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador