On Wednesday, May 10 my daughter and her friend went to Shoppers in Lawson Heights, Saskatoon to find eyebrow pencil. They tried different cosmetic products. Security guard came to girls and asked if they have money to buy or just trying. Girls said they're browsing. Then security told them to buy or get out. He said if they ever come back to the store they are better to come with mom. After my daughter told me that I took her back to the store again. When guard saw me and my daughter coming inside he started to run from us. I called for the manager. She came in company with that guard. I explained her the situation and asked what is the reason my daughter was discriminated like this. The guard said people can't come in store to try products, they have to buy it. My daughter talked to me in our first language and same guard was yelling to us not to use other language than English. He told me that he will do something that my daughter never ever will be able to enter shoppers. I asked his name which he refused to give me. I asked where I can fill a complaint manager and him refused giving information to me. Isn't it a discrimination of all kinds? From what time we can't try the cosmetic product in the store? The guy who achieved 0 in his life will tell us to get out? Is it the policy if your stores?
Also when my daughter asked what's the problem guard said he will call the police. So when I came with my daughter I told him to call police now. So him can explain to police his behavior. He refused to do so.
First of all my daughter is 17, which is not considered minor. Then, she's working and responsible person. Secondly, she came to me because that's what guard wanted. And, yes I will fight for my child as normal mom will. Lastly, I got mad because she was forbidden to speak her language plus to everything else. Doesn't simple guard takes to much on himself, dude?