From the Winnipeg CTV news article:
Some in the restaurant industry are welcoming a proposed bill that if passed, would stop employers from mandating workers wear high heels.
Bill 219, the Workplace Safety and Health Amendment Act, says an employer must not require a worker to wear footwear that “is not of a design, construction and material appropriate to the protection required for the worker’s work or does not allow the worker to safely perform their work.”
NDP MLA Nahanni Fontaine introduced the private member’s bill, and referred to mandatory heels as discrimination in the workplace.
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