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Air Canada refuse boarding to my wife after nationality discrimination

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My wife and I we 're flying from Varadero to Frankfurt through Montreal with overnight stop. Both check in from Varadero all the way and different tickets. In Montreal I arrived late in the airport with my luggage. In the mean time my wife try to issue tags for my luggage but because I had exceed the time limit to check in luggage she communicates the Air Canada manager on duty who politely try to assist her until the time he received our Greek passports. He start to argue that this is not possible and he can not do anything when two minutes before it was, I will do my best. When I arrived and ask if I can let my luggage behind and just board he threatened me with police, security and prison.
After that he denied boarding to both of us even though we had different tickets. We I have to claim for a refund?

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