Canada may no longer believe in old-fashioned human rights like free speech and the presumption of innocence, but it’s discovering exciting new “human rights” every day. Hard on the heels of the human right to a labiaplasty comes the human right of restaurant employees not to wash their hands. Or as the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ruled, after awarding a McDonald’s employee $55,000:
There was no evidence of:
- the relationship between food contamination and hand-washing;
Thank goodness for that. No need to pack sandwiches if you’re visiting Vancouver for the weekend.