(Royal Canada International) It is truly a bizarre story, and it continues to be bizarre.
This week the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal awarded a claim to a woman who had filed a complaint against a company for religious discrimination.
In 2014, Bethany Paquette, a graduate of Trinity Western, a Christian university in British Columbia, applied for a job as a guide with Amaruk Wilderness Company. (Investigation by CBC and others led to speculation that this company and a number of other elabarate online companies/websites associated with its director living in B.C., did not actually exist)
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This supposed Norwegian company responded in emails from a representative using the name Olaf Andersen saying she wasn’t qualified, but with additional bizarre and offensive letters to her explaining why she would not be hired.