Testimony of Beverley Waldron
 Ms. Waldron testified on her affidavit referred to in Exhibit Book U-1, Tab 7, and
confirmed that she has worked as a CCA at Wynn Park since May 2012 on the East Unit.
She testified she is one of those who signed a letter of February 16, 2021, outlining the
East Unit staff’s concerns about residents getting into the nurses’ station and she stated
that letter was drafted by LPN Megan Murphy and was passed on the administrator, Ms.
Peck, around February 17, 2021.
 Ms. Waldron testified that on or about February 24, 2021, Ms. Peck and Ms. Blois, Human
Resources Director, were along the hallway and were discussing with Mr. Crawford issues
that were raised in the letter that Megan Murphy had sent to Ms. Peck. She testified she
joined the conversation for a few minutes and then returned to her duties. Ms. Waldron
said subsequently when she saw Mr. Crawford at a union meeting at the Glengarry Best
Western, he told her that Ms. McEwen had said to him, “way to go” on February 24, 2021,
when he told her of his suggested changes to the nurses’ station with Ms. Peck. Ms.
Waldron indicated on cross examination, however, that with respect to paragraph 8 of
her affidavit, she was not present when Ms. McEwen made the statement, “way to go”
to Mr. Crawford.
 Ms. Waldron testified that on Thursday, February 25, 2021, she was entering a resident’s
room to deliver towels and she found Ms. Nielsen and Ms. Peck already in the room
having a conversation. Ms. Waldron heard Ms. Peck ask Ms. Nielsen if she was happy to
be back at work. She said Ms. Nielsen and Ms. Peck then started to walk down the hallway
and she was following behind when she realized she was not part of the conversation and
she returned to her duties. Ms. Waldron said later on she found Ms. Nielsen in Room 337
with Ms. Beaver. Ms. Nielsen was crying and upset and did not want to talk about it. Ms.
Waldron testified that a few days later Ms. Nielsen told her what happened, which was
Ms. Peck had pulled Ms. Nielsen aside to ask her whether people were organizing a union.
Ms. Nielsen said that Ms. Peck said “was it Beverley Waldron who was talking about a
union” and Ms. Nielsen replied “why don’t you ask her?” On cross examination with
respect to paragraph 9 of her affidavit, Ms. Waldron stated she was not present for the
conversation between Ms. Nielsen and Ms. Peck.
 Ms. Waldron testified that on March 1, 2021, Ms. McEwen came to the East Unit and
wanted to talk to her, Ms. Nielsen and Ms. Beaver. Ms. McEwen took them into the
meeting room and closed the door and said she wanted to let everyone know what had
happened to Mr. Crawford, and she said it was not her idea to fire him. Ms. Waldron said
that Ms. McEwen looked around the room and said the room might be bugged,
commenting, “I have nothing against him”, “I would not have fired him, I was forced to
sign the paper”, and then the meeting ended.
 Ms. Waldron testified that on Friday, March 5, 2021, she was going to a resident’s room
and she saw Ms. Peck walking down the hallway without a mask looking for Ms. Nielsen
and calling out her name. She said Ms. Peck asked her where Ms. Nielsen was and Ms.
Waldron indicated that she would go get her. Ms. Waldron located Ms. Nielsen and told
her that Ms. Peck was looking for her, to which Ms. Nielsen replied, “oh no, not again”.