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Lawyer outlines human rights tribunal case against Tim Hortons

Four Mexican workers have filed a human rights complaint against Tim Hortons.Four Mexican workers claim their right were violated  while they worked at two Tim Hortons in Dawson Creek. They have filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal in Vancouver. Leisha Grebinski spoke to their lawyer, Eugene Kung of the B.C. Public Interest Advocacy Centre. None of these claims have been proven.

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