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David Swann, David Khan, Alberta Liberal Party, Alberta, oilpatch, Calgary

'Silent financial tsunami'

There's no need for an emergency debate on the looming, multibillion-dollar cost of cleaning up Alberta’s oilpatch, the governing New Democrats and official Opposition United Conservatives told the provincial legislature Tuesday. They took this position in response to a request from the legislature's lone Liberal member who suggested the matter required an urgent debate.
François Legault at CAQ election headquarters on election night, Oct. 2 2018

Solidarity with Muslim women remains elusive at the Fédération des femmes du Québec

During a special meeting, the Fédération des femmes du Québec took a controversial stance to support sex workers, officially declaring that women can make a free-will decision to enter the sex trade as a legitimate career choice. However, that reasoning of free will does not seem to extend to Quebec’s Muslim women who choose to wear religious head coverings, such as hijabs and niqabs.