The Canadian Press last week reported on results from a survey it conducted last month with current female MPs from every party, in which it asked them anonymously to share their own experiences about sexual harassment, assault, and misconduct, including during their time in elected office. Of the 89 female MPs, 38 responded. The MPs were promised anonymity to ensure they could share their opinions “without fear of reprisal.”
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