Ontario Canada is beginning to look like the place to move to at this rate. Members of all three parties in Ontario have voted to amend the Human Rights Code to include gender identity and gender expression. This is aimed at preventing discrimination against trans people. It was the fourth time that New Democrat Cheri DiNovo had tried to amend the code. This will prevent job and housing discrimination against trans people.
The source article for this information incorrectly asserts that “Ontario is the first major jurisdiction in North America to provide human rights protections for transgendered people.” This is incorrect. There are sixteen states in the US which protect trans people with regards to housing, jobs or both. The US simply does not do human rights laws the same way that Canada does. Minnesota, for trivia purposes, was the first state to protect trans people all the way back in 1993.