Treasury Board misrepresents Thomson, yet agrees to accommodate. Brown C, editor. Ottawa: Treasury Board; 1987.
Treasury Board lawyer Cousineau seems to acknowledge the need for workplace accommodation. In fact his promise was born out in several subsequent employee enquiries for a couple of years after he wrote. However, not only does the Chief Legal Counsel misspell Thomson's name, he also misrepresents Thomson's findings concerning the existence of a (legally obligating) method of diagnosis. More than 150,000 Canadians with sensitivities have been unnecessarily killed, since.