The Cloverdale Rodeo says it has taken measures to address a complaint to the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
More than 20 former workers and volunteers filed a complaint earlier this month stating they experienced discrimination by the association’s former general manager Mike MacSorley.
In a statement, the Cloverdale Rodeo Association said it has not received a copy of the complaint, but rather an appendix to the complaint.
It went on to say the association took action to fix the problem months ago by developing a respectful workplace policy, including a process for anonymously reporting concerns.
It also said that MacSorley was removed in February.
Surrey Coun. Brenda Locke believes the statement still falls short.