Watch: Alberta bans mandatory high heels at work

Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray said Alberta will follow B.C. and Manitoba by banning mandatory high heel policies in the workplace.

“Mandatory high heel policies that can put workers at risks for slips, trips and falls and can become a workplace hazard are no longer acceptable,” Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray said Friday morning at Cibo Bistro in Oliver. “We’re doing this after hearing from so many Albertans and workers who have had detrimental effects to having to work an eight-hour shift in high heels.”

— Dustin Cook


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