Discriminatory, Doesn't follow provincial standards.
I was injured in the job I have before I took a position at Canada Computers. I knew the work was long and physical but I had healed enough that I felt I could take it on again. Despite that, I figured that Canada Computers was reputable enough that they would accommodate my condition (I'm required to wear special shoes, need to sit down every 15-30 minutes). I walked in for my first shift and talked to the manager about this since such a policy was not included in their orientation material.
The response was that they didn't have one and would not accommodate me at all, this was disappointing but I figured I could survive the day as is and figure out an alternative solution. Wrong, I was there for 10 hours on my feet for 90% of the time, I only got 1 meal break and 1 15 minutes break which really wasn't enough and if it wasn't for the help of an older sales associate I'd barely been able to walk out of there at the end of the day. 10 hours with limited breaks is grueling even for someone without injuries or disability and I'm fairly certain this is a violation of some sort of provincial workplace law.
It was simply not worth minimum wage for me.