WATCH ABOVE: The women behind human rights complaints against two Toronto restaurants say it is important to fight for their rights. Christina Stevens reports.
TORONTO — The women behind human rights complaints against two restaurants say it is important to fight for their rights.
Karoline Bourdeau filed her complaint against Ikki Sushi.
Back in March the owner refused to let Bourdeau and her husband in with Bourdeau’s guide dog Potter. She said that she even explained to him that it was the law.
“People don’t understand, they don’t want to understand,” said Bourdeau.
As Global News reported then, Toronto Police refused to investigate the incident. They claimed it wasn’t their job. Only after our investigation proved to them that it was their job did they agree to take Bourdeau’s complaint.
Now a charge has been laid against Bob Huang…
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