Rights Breach Costs VIA $25K

VIA Rail must pay $25,000 to an ex-porter fired for jostling with a passenger over a tip. The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal cited the Crown railway for “engaging in a reckless discriminatory practice” because the former employee was diagnosed with depression: “Hard proof of discrimination is rare.”

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