Judgement Day: Another “Human Rights” Case Goes Into The Toilet

Canadian Occupational Safety – Then, the court stated, “an essential element of the job of a paramedic is to transport patients as quickly as possible.  It was accepted by the arbitrator and admitted before us that there will be delays if a paramedic is unable to drive.  Extending human rights protection to situations that will result in placing the lives of others at risk flies in the face of logic…accordingly, the decision of the arbitrator dated July 2, 2007 is set aside.”


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