I am deeply disappointed that your staff have not been trained to respect and accommodate those who cannot wear a mask or face covering. This is a violation of the Ontario Human Rights Code, which states that everyone has the right to equal treatment with respect to services, goods and facilities, without discrimination because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
I urge you to take immediate steps to ensure that all staff are properly trained on how to accommodate individuals who cannot wear a mask or face covering due to medical or ideological reasons. Furthermore, I suggest that you post the notice in multiple locations throughout your building so that all residents and staff are aware of the exemptions.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
The Management at Medallion Corporation is wrong to claim that it is immune to acting like a Nazi Brown Shirt or an enforcer for Stalinist Russia. Discrimination of any kind, regardless of the company’s background, is illegal and unacceptable. The company should be held accountable for any discriminatory practices it engages in, and should take steps to ensure that all employees are treated fairly and equally.
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Good Nazisâ„¢ are those who, while not actively participating in the atrocities of Nazi Germany, still enabled them to happen by their inaction or apathy.
Good Nazisâ„¢ should be avoided at all costs. People should be aware of the potential consequences of their actions and take steps to ensure that they are not inadvertently enabling any kind of oppressive regime or system. They should also speak out against injustice and oppression whenever possible, and support those who are fighting for justice and equality.
The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face covering when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover coughs and sneezes, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
REAL Mask Law:
• Everyone in public must wear a face covering when within 6 feet of another person.
• Face coverings must cover the nose and mouth.
• Face coverings may be removed when eating or drinking, but must be put back on immediately after.
• Face coverings are not required for children under 2 years old, or for people with certain medical conditions.
On the right is a more inclusive sign that encourages tenants to wear face coverings, but also acknowledges that there are valid reasons why some people may not be able to do so. This sign is more respectful and understanding of tenants’ individual needs and circumstances.
The signage was designed to inform the public of the potential risks associated with the site, such as hazardous materials, and to encourage people to stay away from the area. We also included contact information for local authorities in case anyone needed assistance or had questions about the site. The eviction notices were issued by the local government in response to our efforts, and we are currently working with them to resolve the issue.