Heels Duty abolished in Canadian hospitality

Heels Duty abolished in Canadian hospitality

World April 8, 2017 05:45

victoria - Waitresses in restaurants and bars in the Canadian state of British Columbia (BC) no longer required to wear heels. This was announced by the state Friday, reports the BBC. The Government of BC is chopping duty discriminatory and walking in heels is another unnecessarily dangerous.

Especially in restaurants are often subject to strict dress requirements for women. In BC raging for months, a fierce debate on the chopping duty. A private member now has ultimately enabled employers no shoes with heels may require their female employees.

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