This resource outlines how opposition to housing projects based on stereotypes or prejudice towards people who will live in them is against the law; that is, it violates people’s rights to be free from discrimination in housing. It discusses why people do not have the right to choose their neighbours. As well it lists various types of discriminatory opposition to affordable housing. It further outlines how The Planning Act stipulates that municipalities can zone for land use, but not for people. It also includes discussion of best practices in zoning law and several OMB decisions that deemed zoning law discriminatory and exclusionary.