Next steps in Cybersecurity Incident response | Mesures subséquentes prises en réponse à l’incident de cybersécurité

In addition to updates to our Frequently Asked Questions section regarding this incident, we have continued the process of reaching out to individuals to inform them of what happened and to provide advice to keep their online information secure as well as contact information for the Information Privacy Commissioner.
En plus des mises à jour de notre section Foire aux questions concernant cet incident, nous avons poursuivi le processus visant à communiquer avec les personnes concernées afin de les informer de ce qui s’est passé et de leur donner des conseils en vue de protéger leurs renseignements en ligne ainsi que les coordonnées du Commissaire à l’information et à la protection de la vie privée.

To communicate with us

The Sexual Harassment and Resource Exchange (SHARE) Team can be reached by calling the HRLSC and following the prompts. You will need to press 5 to reach the SHARE intake staff.

Tel: (416) 597-4900
Toll Free: 1-866-625-5179
TTY: (416) 597-4903
TTY Toll Free: 1-866 612-8627

Our telephone lines are open*:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
Thursday: 2 pm to 5 pm


Help Us Spread the Word!

SHARE conducts community outreach to educate workers, students, youth, Indigenous communities, 2SLGBTQ+ workers, community organizations, universities, colleges, and the general public about workplace sexual harassment and the options that workers can access.

You can help us spread the word about SHARE services in many ways such as:

  • Hosting a FREE workshop about workplace sexual harassment and available support options
  • Inviting us to speak or table at an organization event
  • Sharing information about the SHARE Project with your services users in the organization e-newsletter or bulletin board
  • Distributing the SHARE brochure to service users
  • Including our website in your resource lists and databases
  • Like us on Instagram

To request more information about our free outreach opportunities, please contact us at or 416-597-4920.

Indigenous Services

Anyone who identifies as Indigenous may speak with an Indigenous staff member about experiences of sexual harassment and/or sexual assault at work. You do not need a status card to access Indigenous services. You can receive services in a variety of Indigenous languages.

Do you need Accommodations?

We want to make sure that our service is as barrier-free as possible. If you are unable to communicate by telephone because of a Human Rights Code protected reason, such as disability, please e-mail us at and mark your email clearly as a request for accommodation.

Please see our Access and Accommodation policy for more information.

Language services

We can provide service in 140 languages. Just call us, and we will arrange to speak with you in the language of your choice. You can also provide your own interpreter.