Jun 07, 2018
By Michelle Saunders
It’s a ruling that could prompt legislative changes in favour of older workers. The province’s human rights tribunal has ruled that cutting workers of health, dental and life insurance benefits when they turn 65 is unconstitutional. The decision is in favour of Brantford teacher Steve Talos, who challenged the local school board’s decision to exclude him from their benefit plan when he turned 65. Libby speaks with Steve Talos about his victory.