In his article posted in the Calgary Sun, Wes Gilbertson discusses the allegations made by professional hockey player Akim Aliu in regard to his playing experience under former Calgary Flames Head Coach Bill Peters. Akim Aliu spoke out against Bill Peters on twitter, claiming that he had directed racial slurs towards him when he was playing under him with the Rockford Ice Hogs of the American Hockey League. These accusations made by Aliu would be classified under Intentional Discrimination, which falls under chapter two of our course. In chapter two slides, intentional discrimination is described as “Differential or unequal treatment in terms and conditions of employment based on any of the prohibited grounds”. In terms of this article, the prohibited grounds would be Akim Aliu’s race. Not only would Peters’ actions be considered discrimination, but they could also be classified as harassment. Harassment is “Unwelcome behaviour that demeans, humiliates or embarrasses a person and that a reasonable person should have known would be unwelcome”. According to the article, Bill Peters had used racial slurs against Aliu in the team locker room as he spoke negatively about Aliu’s choice in music in front of the rest of the team, most likely embarrassing Akim. Another subject that was mentioned in the article was the fact that the Flames General Manager Brad Trelving did not interview any other prospective coaches in the process of hiring Bill Peters. Unfortunately, Trelving may have hired the wrong candidate for the job, which is a mistake the managers do not want to make, as mentioned in chapter one.

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