City to pay damages after fire chief breaches respectful workplace policies

March 1, 2018, Winnipeg – A Manitoba arbitrator has ordered the City of Winnipeg to pay more than $100,000 in damages to its paramedics and their union after its fire-paramedic chief breached respectful workplace policies in 2015 — but said the outcome may have been different had the chief made a sincere apology in a timely manner. CBC News reports. | READ MORE

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