Former NorQuest dean files human rights complaint against college


Former NorQuest College dean Tibetha Kemble has filed an official human rights complaint against the institution, claiming that she was denied the right to a psychologically safe workplace. Kemble reportedly filed an application with the Alberta Human Rights Commission that states that her formal complaints about bullying and harassment were dismissed, interfered with, or never investigated. The claim further alleges that her experiences of harassment, reprisal, and termination at the college were “driven by race.” A NorQuest spokesperson expressed to that it would not comment on employee-related matters out of respect for the privacy of their staff.