Wednesday, December 14, 2016

---Silence is complicit ----Mdm. Marie-Claude Landry Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission ------------Not my ministerial fault

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Wasn't there when Serenity died but the Minister was present when information was denied to the Child and Youth Advocate and certainly was present when the RCMP could not get information from Alberta Justice. It's a shameful record folks. But it just continues the PC error messes. The NDPCs are worse than the PCs.

For the past few weeks, question period in the Alberta Legislature has been dominated by the death of four-year-old Serenity, who died while in government care. It all came to a head this week with…
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For the past few weeks, question period in the Alberta Legislature has been dominated by the death of four-year-old Serenity, who died while in government care. It all came to a head this week with more questions around when the RCMP received case files necessary for their investigation. The result was a call for the resignation of Human Services Minister Irfan Sabir — but he’s not going anywhere. 
Join host Emma Graney as she chats with Edmonton Journal columnists Paula Simons and Graham Thomson, and opinion page editor Sarah O’Donnell, about the case and the political fallout this week. 

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