Toronto woman drops human rights complaint over guide dog after apology

Toronto woman drops human rights complaint over guide dog after apology
TORONTO — A restaurant owner who was at the centre of Global News stories about accessibility has completely changed his perspective.The owner of Ikki Sushi hasn’t only apologized to the woman whose guide dog he told he did not want inside, but he is going above and beyond to make a difference.Bob Huang offered Karoline Bourdeau and her guide dog a warm welcome at his restaurant. He also issued an apology.READ MORE: Another Toronto business tells customer with guide dog they aren’t welcome“I’m so sorry,” was one of the first things Huang said when Bourdeau walked through the door for the first time since the incident occurred in the spring.Huang said what happened initially was a misunderstanding. Story continues below advertisement As Global News reported in March, he told Bourdeau and her husband that...