What step can patrons take to obtain a legal remedy if they feel they have been denied entry or ejected for discriminatory reasons?

Question: What step can patrons take to obtain a legal remedy if they feel they have been denied entry or ejected for discriminatory reasons?
  take legal action and sue the establishment
  file a complaint with B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal
  report to local authorities including police or license inspector
  file a complaint with the BC Liquor Control and Licensing Branch


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file a complaint with B.C.s Human Rights Tribunal


Question: According to the law you must eject a customer in which of the following situations
According to law you must eject a guest in which of the following situations? Select all that apply.
A.) Guest is on the premises for the purpose of illegal drugs
B.) it has come to your attention that the guest has a weapon
C.) Guest is rated yellow
D.) You suspect the guest is engaging in prostitution
E..) Guest is intent on causing a fight
F..) All of these are correct

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All of these are correct

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