Ontario drug store manager allegedly demands employees wear Pride-themed apparel

The manager allegedly told her employees, 'You do not have to agree with Pride, but you must show support for Pride.'

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On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, guest host David Menzies discussed an Ontario drug store manager who allegedly demanded that her employees wear Pride-themed apparel for a week in June.

The incident in question is said to have occurred at the Rexall Drugstore located in Brighton, Ontario. Employees allege that the manager asked them to wear rainbow-themed multicolour apparel during the week of June 17 to June 21 in order to celebrate and/or promote Pride month.

Speaking about the alleged demand, Menzies said, "I was told there are devout Christians and Muslims who work at this store, and needless to say they were not exactly gung-ho with this mandated dress code."

"The employees I spoke with, I should mention, did not want to be named nor come on on camera for fear of reprisals or even termination," he said.

Menzies attempted to speak with the manager of the drug store to inquire about the alleged dress code demand. When contacted by phone and asked about the employees' allegations, the manager said she had no comment.

"Rexall clearly has a uniform standard that employees must adhere to. But apparently for political slash ideological reasons, Wilson tried to bully her staffers into embracing clothing that many did not want to wear," he said.

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