You may remember the story about the Lebanese restaurant in a downtown Montreal food court that was fighting to keep selling its traditional flatbreads with toppings. The mall that manages the food court is now suing to evict the eatery and is seeking almost $19,000 in penalties.
A Terrebonne couple has filed a complaint with the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital and the Quebec Order of Nurses after they were told to go to the pharmacy when they brought in their six-year-old daughter who was having an allergic reaction to something she ate.
A former Montreal woman has won her case before the Quebec Human Rights Commission which ruled that the downtown restaurant where she worked imposed discriminatory working conditions on her, partly related to her cornrow braids.
There are some mixed reviews for the city of Montreal's compensation program for merchants who lost business due to major work on city streets and infrastructure, including those from merchants who are not eligible.