Manitobans Voters with Disabilities Need Gagriel Dumonte, Instead they Have Ed Grimley

By Paul Caune and Victor Schwartzman

For the past decade, about one third of all complaints registered by the Manitoba Human Rights Commission have been based on disability, with the Cowardly Lion’s share based on physical disability. There are thirteen “group factors” on which to base a human rights complaint—it is remarkable that one third of all complaints are based on only one “group factor”. This is part of the ongoing international scandal of how Canada abuses its citizens who have disabilities.