The Attorney General of Canada is demanding the Yukon Transportation Museum compensate a postal worker who slipped and damaged his left knee on the museum’s entrance two years ago.
Roderick Dale was delivering mail on March 25, 2008, when he slipped on an icy patch of the walkway, say court documents. The government paid for Dale’s medical treatment and is now seeking compensation to the tune of $68,692.61.
Dale has lost more than $19,000 in wages.
The museum, which is owned by the Yukon government, hasn’t filed a response.