(Sun News) A 23-year-old British Columbia woman is taking a Norwegian wilderness tour company to her province's human rights tribunal, alleging Amaruk Corp. rejected her job application because of her religious beliefs.
"The way they treated me was pretty outrageous," Bethany Paquette told Sun News Network on Wednesday.
Paquette has a biology degree from Trinity Western University (TWU), an evangelical Christian university based in Langley, British Columbia.
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Back in September she applied for a job as a winter assistant guide intern, but quickly received a rejection letter from Amaruk, saying she was unqualified.