Tim Hortons workers file human rights complaint over alleged 'double doubling'

Four temporary foreign workers employed at Tim Hortons in Dawson Creek, B.C. have filed a human rights complaint accusing their boss of doubling their rent and double-bunking their rooms.

Posted:
November 12, 2012

$1.25-an-hour case a fight against 'stereotyping,' lawyer says

Kate Stephenson of the Human Rights Legal Support Centre argued that systemic discrimination underlies the case of an intellectually disabled woman who was paid $1.25 an hour at her job.

Posted:
June 01, 2012