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Nova Scotia Leon’s learns lesson: Policy and procedures are a priority

“I find that the policy in place at the time was not an effective discrimination and harassment policy with respect to racial discrimination. To be a reasonable policy, it would minimally require a definition of discrimination.” Having found the internal investigation seriously flawed in the matter of Cromwell v. Leon’s Furniture Limited (2014 CanLII 16399

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Nova Scotia Leon’s learns lesson: How not to investigate

“I cannot reasonably conclude that an investigation conducted by a manager who has been in a romantic relationship with the Complainant is reasonable or appropriate in these circumstances.” That is just one of the investigation flaws found by NSHRC Chair, Kathryn Raymond, in the matter of Cromwell v. Leon’s Furniture Limited in a decision rendered

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