Eatery Fined $10K On Rights

A restaurateur has been fined $10,000 and ordered to post a sign for breaching Ontario’s Human Rights Code. A tribunal ruled the eatery broke the law when its employees asked four Black patrons to pay in advance for their meals: “There was never any intent to discriminate.”

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