Abruptly Fired After 39 Years

A subsidized newspaper that petitioned for federal aid has been cited by a Nova Scotia judge for wrongfully firing a 39-year employee without notice or severance. Layoffs at the Halifax Chronicle Herald occurred though the publisher received pandemic wage subsidies and payroll rebates under a $595 million media bailout: “An employee of 39 years has earned a moral right to be treated with dignity.”

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