A press release from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and the Office of Labour Minister Lisa Raitt tells me that she just told some conference on “Managing your Duty to Accommodate” that “We must embrace accommodation not just as a matter of law, but because it is part of the values that make up our national DNA.” This evidently has something to do with employment equity.
Archive for March 28th, 2012
As a rule, the more serious the case, the more restraint we should exercise when commenting on it. And it seems to me the case of Trayvon Martin is about as serious as it gets. Which should be cue for politicians to shut their big yap about it and wait for the proper investigation to be over before making outlandish statements.