Globe and Mail – The commission said that the provincial health-insurance authority, the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec, should not bend to a client who refuses to be served by a headscarf-wearing employee…
Meanwhile, immigrants still face a considerable wage gap when compared with Canadian-born workers. In 2006, only one in five immigrants to Quebec was working in the profession for which they were trained, the lowest rate in Canada. In the agitation around reasonable accommodation in Quebec, and in the lack of debate about it in the rest of Canada, it is far too easy to ignore that larger failure to accommodate.
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