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Q.1.

Naomi and several of her friends play in a women’s hockey league at the local community centre. Whenever they play, the male rink attendants never give them their full allotted ice time. The attendants jeer every time one of the young women falls, and there are often pictures of scantily clad women on the walls of the dressing room. Naomi has complained, but the manager has done nothing, saying that women should “stick to figure skating” and “leave hockey to the boys.” Can any “grounds of discrimination” be identified in this case? 

Yes/No/Maybe   

Why? 

Q.2.

Last week, Meerai and her friend Sean organized a school group to raise funds for AIDS research. Yesterday, on their desks, they both found crudely drawn cartoons making fun of people who are gay and lesbian. Last night, several students shouting anti-gay comments verbally attacked them on the street opposite the school yard. Their teacher saw the cartoons and has heard rumours of the verbal attack but feels that nothing can be done because the attack took place off the school premises. Neither student has complained to school officials. Can any “grounds of discrimination” be identified in Meerai and Sean’s case? 

Yes/No/Maybe   

Why? 

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Q.3.

Maya and several Black friends go to a local restaurant after school. They are laughing and carrying on like others in the restaurant. Things start to get out of hand between their group and several White students sitting at another table. Food is thrown and the groups exchange angry remarks. When the restaurant staff ask Maya and her friends to leave the restaurant, they feel angry and discriminated against. Can any “grounds of discrimination” be identified in the behaviour of the restaurant staff? 

Yes/No/Maybe   

Why? 

Q.4.

A local optician’s office has an opening for a part-time receptionist. The position requires excellent communication skills as the person will answer customers’ telephone calls and receive patients who enter the clinic. Chantal, who was born and raised in Quebec City, applies for the job. The owner does not hire her because she feels customers may not understand Chantal because of her accent. Can any “grounds of discrimination” be identified in Chantal’s case? 

Yes/No/Maybe   

Why? 

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Q.5.

Last Saturday, Michael and his friends attended a movie theatre they had never been to before. The theatre staff told Michael, who uses a motorized wheelchair because he has muscular dystrophy, that he would either have to transfer into a theatre seat or watch the movie from the only area available for the wheelchair—in front of the first row of seats. When he complained about this arrangement, the theatre staff told him he was entitled to the same service as everyone else—a ticket and a seat to watch the movie. Can any “grounds of discrimination” be identified in the actions of the movie theatre staff? 

Yes/No/Maybe  

Why? 

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