But the most salient point being the admission that Medallion is treating tenants who cannot wear a mask differently from other tenants, evidenced by admitting that the Cleaner had been sharing the elevator with another tenant (presumable masked) and refused to allow myself to enter the elevator after that person exited.
I fucking HATE censorship —I asked Rocco Galati nicely to provide me with the source documents from the lawsuit so I could searchify it and ensure proper exposure on a public issue, and all he gave me was that piss-poor copy that looks like it was faxed. So the other day, somebody posted a link to this tweet to one of our Facebook pages. Thank-you Chris McCann and the OP Amir Attaran.
I've made certain to carbon-copy his associate Joe Hoffer, because as the Ontario Law Society Chair (so alleged according to Cohen Highley LLP) he's probably in the best position to tell his associate, the guy across the hall, not to breach protocol by enabling their client to go after this tenant with vexatious litigation utilizing fraudulent testimony, right?
Please advise your client that they should at least make an effort to resolve matters amicably without the involvement of the courts, which are severely stressed under the CoronaChan restrictions. I seek only to deescalate this issue and for your client to properly abide by the applicable laws, including but not limited to the Reopening Ontario Act.
Enclosed is a copy of this tenant's letter to the lawyer for Medallion Corporation and their complaint about definitively NOT the fact that the Tenant cannot, or consequent ideological or other exemption choose not to, wear a mask or acceptable face covering such as a muzzle or plastic bag.
They have flu outbreaks and gastro outbreaks all the time, and people die. And so you would think this would be an area they're an absolute expert in, and as we found that's not the case. This was not a surprise to us, and we see this, you know, during flu outbreaks and things, and we shake our heads and we hear from our clients and families, telling us about the poor infection control systems; and lack of proper hand washing, and locking away PPE -- which is, by the way still going on. Homes are still locking away these things, there's no access to people. And misuse, not knowing how to use the PPE well.