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R. Cousineau, Treasury Board misrepresents Thomson, yet agrees to accommodate. Treasury Board, Ottawa, 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.
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