Gregory Scott Hill just wanted a warm bite to eat.
But when he, his wife, and his guide dog walked into a Toronto Ali Baba’s Restaurant on a bitterly cold February afternoon in 2013, an employee told them the dog had to go.
“We’re not in 1955 anymore. This is 2014 — and Canada yet.”
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently agreed, ruling in Hill’s favour on a discrimination complaint he filed in April last year.
This is a rare win…