They came for our peanuts and we were silent. Because who really needs peanuts, anyway? But the idea of banning eggs and dairy from an Ontario elementary school, from the milk in the cafeteria, to cheese in the sandwiches, to the pudding in the pudding packs? That seems to be one bridge too far.
The National Post reports that a Hamilton, Ont., mother has launched a human rights complaint against her six-year-old daughter's school for failing to remove eggs and dairy from campus to accommodate the child's allergies.
“I’m not looking for a guaranteed allergy-free environment because I know it’s not possible," said the woman fighting to have eggs and dairy removed from the Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Elementary School. "But reasonable accommodations that fall in line with our doctor’s diagnosis is just plain common sense."
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