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I was Dana, a name I had lifted from a character on my favorite Purple Moon CD-ROM.Dana was 19, an aspiring veterinarian, and everyone told her she looked like Britney Spears."One of the things about harassment that's often misunderstood is that it's not about the intention.It's about the impact that it would have on a reasonable person," he said.Then one day, he started telling me what he wanted to do to me if he met me, and I, picking up on his cues, told him what I (or “Dana”) wanted to do to him.Of course, I had no idea what I was saying; much of what I said was based on what I had seen on General Hospital and read in Jackie Collins paperbacks.As a union representative for two different locals over the years, she said, she helped corrections employees in numerous harassment cases, and saw only one complaint end with significant discipline.

I think the disconnect is between him and the front line," Fitzpatrick told CBC.

"So for you to say 'I was kidding,' or it's part of our culture, or 'it's not something I meant,' isn't actually a reasonable defence for harassment." He said casual harassment, without fear of consequences, can often be the most damaging.

King believes the fact that some employees felt they had no other choice but to report through the media, is telling — when coupled with the high percentage of reporting rates on the anonymous employee survey.

(Michelle Bellefontaine/CBC News ) The CSC did not answer questions about what systems it has in place for harassment victims to report, or whether the Edmonton Institution has a confidential whistleblower office.

Some of the first questions that University of Alberta human rights and labour law expert Wade King said he had, when he first read the story, were about accountability for middle management.

I think the disconnect is between him and the front line," Fitzpatrick told CBC.

"So for you to say 'I was kidding,' or it's part of our culture, or 'it's not something I meant,' isn't actually a reasonable defence for harassment." He said casual harassment, without fear of consequences, can often be the most damaging.

King believes the fact that some employees felt they had no other choice but to report through the media, is telling — when coupled with the high percentage of reporting rates on the anonymous employee survey.

(Michelle Bellefontaine/CBC News ) The CSC did not answer questions about what systems it has in place for harassment victims to report, or whether the Edmonton Institution has a confidential whistleblower office.

Some of the first questions that University of Alberta human rights and labour law expert Wade King said he had, when he first read the story, were about accountability for middle management.

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