There are guidelines in each province (established by the Human Rights Commission) regarding interview questions which are prohibited by law. These laws prohibit discrimination based on disability, among other things. In some cases there are exceptions for specific service organizations. Interview questions should focus on determining whether you are a qualified candidate and can perform the essential duties of the position. Unfortunately, you may encounter interviewers who are unaware of these legal guidelines and unintentionally ask prohibited questions such as the ones listed below:
Distinguishing Unacceptable and Acceptable Questions
Note: In the context where you have already disclosed your disability, employers may ask what accommodations you will require; and you may be required to have a medical exam after an employer offers a conditional offer of employment.