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To adhere to politically correct gender norms, employees of Canada's major airline will no longer be greeting passengers by the sex-specific "ladies and gentlemen" or the French "mesdames et messieurs," opting instead to use the gender-neutral phrases "everyone" or "tout le monde."
Years - Air - Canada - Airline - Language
While this has been protocol for years at the Montreal-based Air Canada, the airline is making the language policies official, according to multiple reports.
"We will be amending our onboard announcements to modernize them and remove specific references to gender," a media spokesperson for the company said. "We work hard to make sure all employees feel like valued members of the Air Canada family, while ensuring our customers are comfortable and respected when they choose to travel with us."
Canada - Steps - Transgenderism - Employment - Practices
Canada has arguably taken the most significant steps to enshrine transgenderism into employment practices and the law. Though the Canadian Bar Association admits on its website that recently adopted protections, sometimes referred to as "SOGIE" rights — sexual orientation and gender identity and expression — are "not currently well understood," discrimination on these traits is prohibited.
The CBA defines gender identity as "the inherent sense all people possess of being a woman, a man, something distinct from woman or man, or something in between." What is known as gender expression is "the expression of gender characteristics and behaviors that are socially understood as to convey masculinity, femininity, or androgyny, and includes dress, grooming,...
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