Absent the question of accommodation by the employer, which is not at issue in this case, equality principles are not engaged where a distinction is drawn between employees based on whether and to what extent work has been performed. (See: Ontario Nurses’ Association v. Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital, supra, at paragraphs 54 to 57; Real Canadian Superstore v. United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 1400, supra, at paragraph 56.)
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