A new study finds that fewer than 1/3 of Canadian doctors wash their hands often enough.
But hey, so what? After all, according to the (non-scientists) with Canada’s Human Rights Commissions:
“There was no evidence of the relationship between food contamination and hand-washing…”
The British Columbia Human Rights Commission (the same geniuses currently sitting in judgment of Mark Steyn) recently awarded a McDonalds’ employee $50,000 because she has a skin condition, and claimed the restaurant’s hand washing rules discriminated against her, and violated her human rights.
So: you know those ubiquitous signs in restaurant washrooms that read “ALL EMPLOYEES MUST WASH HANDS”?
Well, in essence, the BC HRCs has declared those signs to be the moral equivalent of other discriminatory ones from the recent past, like “NO IRISH NEED APPLY”, or “WHITES ONLY”.
You can read all about that case in Chapter Five of my new book exposing the absurdities of Canada’s Human Rights Commissions, called The Tyranny of Nice.