by Jacqueline Hansen
Originally published: July 18, 2016
When Cory Annett decided to make her gender transition public at Nova Scotia Power, she worried how her employer would react.
"The first concern is, if I come out, am I still going to have a job?" Annett said recently.
Annett had worked at Nova Scotia Power for nearly three years, but she was a contract employee.
"They could have decided that my contract was no longer viable, that I was no longer needed in my position and let me go," said Annett, "On the basis of being trans, but under the guise of something else."