“Here’s a recent case that came before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. It deals with employment discrimination. Was justice done? I’ll sum it up and let you be the judge.
“In 2001, a man named Paul Lane was interviewed for a job with an Ottawa consulting firm, ADGA, to test artillery software for a Department of National Defence contract. It was a highly specialized desk job involving tight deadlines and high stress. No problem, he said, and he was hired.
“What he neglected to mention was that he suffered from bipolar disorder…”