The complainant explained that he was “exempt” from the requirement to wear face masks bec...

Human Rights Tribunal of Alberta rules ‘no mask, no entry’ policies valid even if they discriminate – Canadian Lawyer Magazine

The complainant explained that he was “exempt” from the requirement to wear face masks because of health reasons, Gottheil wrote. “While there is some dispute about exactly what was said, the store staff indicated that the complainant could not enter the store, but that other accommodations were available. . . .The complainant objected, but the store staff was firm, and the complainant was told to leave.” In the Costco case, the complainant said he had a disability that prevented him from wearing a face mask. He refused to wear the face and submitted to the commission “that the use of …

 

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