Here's an update to a story CJAD 800 News first told you about last week.
The Verdun man who alleged he and his girlfriend were berated and kicked out of the Verdun General Hospital after asking for service in English, has officially filed his complaint.
Jabari Radway tells CJAD 800 News that the hospital will be conducting an internal investigation and that they'll receive a letter confirming this.
Radway, who is bilingual, claims he and his girlfriend were treated badly and escorted out by security after he asked that the emergency room nurse speak in English to his girlfriend, who doesn't understand French.
The hospital had said at the time they were surprised to hear about such an incident because they always treat their anglophone patients well and find some way to translate French into English when it's requested.