Maskless Visits Not A Right

Preventing maskless shoppers from visiting retail stores is not discriminatory, a Human Rights Tribunal has ruled. An Edmonton adjudicator dismissed two separate complaints by shoppers who claimed in-store mask rules were a breach of the Human Rights Act, including one who was escorted from a Costco outlet by police: “Limitations to the right to be free from discrimination may be justified.”

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