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An elementary special education teaching assistant from Vancouver-area faces losing her job after posting explicit material to social media accounts. The school district is investigating, prompting ethical and moral inquiries to ensue.
Matthew Kootte of Vancouver labour law believes this issue to be particularly complex and that Coquitlam School District must determine if MacDonald violated their code of conduct – specifically if her actions interfered with reputation or operations – which will be an extremely challenging decision for them. It also raises the issue of occupational discrimination for sexual-related work which is common worldwide (in 2014 a Quebecois teacher was fired over softcore porn she made 45 years earlier).