#MeToo—as it has swept aside the rich and the powerful and famous, in Hollywood, Washington, the media elite—is now alighting in Ottawa. It’s overdue. It’s wonderful. It’s necessary.
A protester at the Women's March on Parliament Hill, pictured Jan. 20, 2018. Warren Kinsella says the story of #MeToo doesn’t belong to him, or the media, or the politicians. It belongs to the ones who were the victims. It belongs to the ones who say: 'Me, too.'
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
TORONTO—Affidavits? A week ago in this space, I wrote the following.
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