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Proposed RCMP discrimination class action draws 80 inquiries

Former RCMP constable Marge Hudson filed a statement of claim in federal court last week, alleging she suffered racial discrimination during her 30 years as an officer working in Manitoba RCMP detachments. Hudson alleges she was paid less than her non-racialized counterparts, passed over for promotions and training opportunities, and suffered retaliation from colleagues and management when she complained.  (Darryl Dyck / Canadian Press files)

Former RCMP constable Marge Hudson filed a statement of claim in federal court last week, alleging she suffered racial discrimination during her 30 years as an officer working in Manitoba RCMP detachments. Hudson alleges she was paid less than her non-racialized counterparts, passed over for promotions and training opportunities, and suffered retaliation from colleagues and management when she complained. (Darryl Dyck / Canadian Press files)

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Updated on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 10:48 PM CDT: Fixes capitalization of Federal Court.

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