Nova Scotia's Human Rights Commission will hear a sexual orientation discrimination complaint leveled against a youth facility.
The complainant claims that while employed at the Nova Scotia Youth Facility in Waterville, his coworkers and a supervisor sexually harassed him over a six-year period due to perceptions of his sexual orientation.
He claims the harassment was severe and also included physical contact.
A publication ban is in place regarding the complainant's name, his family members' names and any other identifying features.
The hearing will be held July 20 to 30 in Coldbrook.