Was this restaurant worker constructively dismissed?

Read the facts of this case and decide — did the restaurant's actions amount to constructive dismissal?
|Canadian Employment Law Today

The British Columbia Court of Appeal provided a handy definition of constructive dismissal in 1998 in

Farquhar v. Butler Brothers Supplies Ltd.

The court said constructive dismissal “occurs when the employer commits either a present breach or an anticipatory breach of a fundamental term of a contract of employment, thereby giving the employee a right, but not an obligation, to treat the employment contract as being at an end.”