Toxic workplace conditions persist at Royal Canadian Mint, external review says

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An external review obtained by CBC News says the protective services section of the Royal Canadian Mint still has a toxic workplace culture, despite former employees speaking out about racism, discrimination and misogyny. One employee says harassment is rampant throughout the Crown corporation.

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