《加拿大人權法》(Canadian Human Rights Act)保障我們不受歧視。基於以下原因而負面地對待個別人士和群體，是被視為有歧視性：
SOGI Inclusive Schools
All Surrey Schools are SOGI (sexual orientation and gender identity) inclusive and all students should feel free from discrimination. Reach out if you or someone else is being discriminated against.
Everyone will be well-informed of and equipped with appropriate and respectful language.
Proactive and reactive measures that include sexual orientation and gender identity will impact all students.
Students will have the right to self-identification, which includes the name by which they wish to be addressed and the preferred pronouns that correspond to their gender identity.
Students will have the right to the confidentiality of their official and/or preferred sex, gender, and name.
Students may express their gender identity or gender expression through what they wear to school. A dress code should be as all-inclusive as possible, which may include removing pronouns.
GENDER INTEGRATED AND INCLUSIVE ACTIVITIES
Integrated and inclusive activities will enable students to join teams and groups that they feel correspond with their gender identity.
All staff will be provided with knowledge and tools to develop a broad understanding of SOGI and the impact on students.
Classroom materials and activities will contain positive images and accurate information about sexual and/or gender diversity.
Individuals may choose to use washrooms and change rooms that match their gender identity, including non-gendered single-stall washrooms and change rooms.
INCLUSIVE EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Students will be included and accommodated for in all extra-curricular activities regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, including support to set up a Gender-Sexuality Alliance/Gay-Straight Alliance or similar club.