Cromwell vs Leons Hearing to Reconvene

first_imgThe Nova Scotia Human Rights board of inquiry in the Cromwell v. Leon’s Furniture Limited case will reconvene Friday, Oct. 31, to hear about the status of ordered cultural competency training. Board chair Kathryn Raymond, on April 8, ruled Garnetta Cromwell, an African Nova Scotian, experienced racial discrimination on a number of occasions while working as a sales associate at a Leon’s in Dartmouth. Leon’s staff was ordered to “be trained in cultural competency in the context of human rights under the oversight of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.” The board of inquiry is scheduled to reconvene at 11 a.m., in the Bedford Room of the Hampton Inn and Suites, 65 Cromarty Dr., Dartmouth. The full text of the board of inquiry decision is available at under Information Resources, Board of Inquiry decisions. -30-last_img read more

Shahid Kapoor has been a shining example for me

first_imgMumbai: Actor Ishaan Khatter is in awe of his elder brother Shahid Kapoor whom he describes as a shining example and finds it baffling how the Kabir Singh actor was able to play the most complex, lost and damaged characters with such perfection. Ishaan rcently shared a few photographs of Shahid from Kabir Singh on Instagram. He captioned an image: “As happy as can be for my big brother today who’s always been a shining example of a human being for me.” Also Read – Rihanna to release 500-page ‘visual’ autobiography”Not a doubt in the world that you deserve the smashing success but it continues to baffle me how you were able to play one of the most complex, lost and damaged characters with such perfection while returning home to being the most centred, loving and responsible family man I know.” The Dhadak actor thanked Shahid for “knocking” him out with his performance in the film. “Thank you for showing me what it means to be a responsible son, father, husband and brother always, and for knocking me out with your performance in and as Kabir Singh.”last_img read more