"One of the things about harassment that's often misunderstood is that it's not about the intention.
It's about the impact that it would have on a reasonable person," he said.
Alberta MLA Maria Fitzpatrick pointed out those results during an interview with CBC, when she denounced sexually explicit phone conversations alleged to have occurred between male guards at the Edmonton prison.
The men were originally suspended with pay, sources say, while the women who were targeted in these conversations were allegedly not told about them for several weeks after they were discovered.
The book was written with Cohen’s cooperation; she interviewed him several times as well as dozens of others connected to his life.
But as Simmons makes clear from the first pages, this ain’t no hagiography.
As a union representative for two different locals over the years, she said, she helped corrections employees in numerous harassment cases, and saw only one complaint end with significant discipline.
And you can't say the words and not do the actions." MLA Maria Fitzpatrick says she acted as a union representative in many harassment complaints over 30 years in corrections, and saw just one case end with significant discipline.
There are 252 Correctional Officers at the facility, 63 of which are women.
(Blair Clark/CBC) King said people often underestimate the impact of their words.
This is another "combination" preconcert article - about the show and the Simmons book. Many women have fallen for Leonard Cohen, but a fascinating new book about the masterful songwriter says he had trouble loving back, as “romantic relationships tended to get in the way of the isolation and space, the distance and longing, that his writing required.” Photograph by: Joel Saget , AFP/Getty Images What: The Old Ideas World tour When: Dec. By phone at 613-599-3267; online at capitaltickets.ca; in person at The Sens Store at Carlingwood Mall and Place d’Oréans, any Ottawa Sports Experts Location, Les Galeries de Hull and at the Scotiabank Place Box Office.
OTTAWA — Here he comes again, the old rogue, wearing a hat pulled low on his brow and “looking like a Rat Pack rabbi, God’s chosen mobster,” in Sylvie Simmons’ felicitous phrase.