[Canwest] A woman who organized a “nurse-in” to protest at a Vancouver store filed a complaint to the BC Human Rights Tribunal on Thursday, the second such complaint in Canada in a week.
“This is actually a case of discrimination. I would like to see other women come out and file their complaints, as well.
“And I would like to see all companies to be educated and made aware of the law in B.C.,” she said.
“This is a right that breastfeeding women need to have so we can do our job.”
Valle said she has accepted H&M’s apology and doesn’t want to see anyone at the store fired over the incident, but the principle is worth filing a complaint over
Allison Loblaw, of London, Ont., launched an online complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario after she said she was humiliated for breastfeeding at a LaSenza lingerie store in Windsor, Ont., last month.