Credit: The Province, Vancouver, Canada.
Food given to a group of African tree planters at bush camps in British Columbia was much different than the menu for the rest of the workers, a B.C. Human Rights tribunal was told.
The allegations of sub-standard food and deplorable living conditions were outlined on Monday at the tribunal looking into the conduct of Surrey-based Khaira Enterprises Ltd.
African worker Amani Bahati in a tele-conference appearance as a key witness called the meals (...)