Section 47 Canadian Human Rights Act 1985 is about Appointment of conciliator. It is under Part III (Discriminatory Practices and General Provisions) and ‘Conciliator‘ of the Act.
Appointment of conciliator
(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Commission may, on the filing of a complaint, or if the complaint has not been
(a) settled in the course of investigation by an investigator,
(b) referred or dismissed under subsection 44(2) or (3) or paragraph 45(2)(a) or 46(2)(a), or (c) settled after receipt by the parties of the notice referred to in subsection 44(4),
appoint a person, in this Part referred to as a “conciliator”, for the purpose of attempting to bring about a settlement of the complaint.
(2) A person is not eligible to act as a conciliator in respect of a complaint if that person has already acted as an investigator in respect of that complaint.
(3) Any information received by a conciliator in the course of attempting to reach a settlement of a complaint is confidential and may not be disclosed except with the consent of the person who gave the information.