CBC News – The University of Prince Edward Island is appealing a P.E.I. Human Rights Commission ruling that said the university discriminated against three staff members when it forced them to retire at age 65…
Retired professor Thomy Nilsson, one of the employees who brought the case before the human rights commission, said, “I think it’s rather sad. It shows that our university clearly has not much respect for human rights. It’s also, I think, sad that it means they are not seeking to have the best quality of education available for our students.”
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