Local Restaurant Ordered to Pay Former Employees $100,000 Because of Discrimination

December 18, 2013 in Latest Community News Blog

Le Papillon On The Park, a popular restaurant for Woodbine Park residents and Beachers, has been ordered by a Human Rights Tribunal to pay their former workers $100,000 in damages. The verdict stems from a human rights complaint by three Muslim employees who say they were ordered to eat pork, mocked for speaking Bengali and threatened with being replaced by white workers.

Here’s the story that appeared in the Toronto Star on December 18th.




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