The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has dismissed transgender student Jessica Dempsey’s human rights case against food service provider Aramark.
The Commission’s Board of Commissioners dismissed the complaint due to “insufficient evidence to support the allegation.”
Dempsey filed a complaint against Aramark last October after she was allegedly discriminated by two employees on the basis of her gender identity.
Dempsey received the letter Wednesday. More coverage will follow tomorrow in an exclusive interview by the Gazette.
[…] she learned her human rights case against food service provider Aramark had been dismissed by the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission […]