Women’s rights advocate Julie Lalonde is conducting a mandatory training session on sexual harassment Wednesday on the Hill.
The Prime Minister's Office enlisted Julie Lalonde, an Ottawa-based women’s rights advocate and consultant, to oversee a mandatory training session on sexual harassment for Liberal staffers. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
The Prime Minister’s Office plans to hold a day of mandatory training sessions for all ministerial exempt staff and parliamentary staffers on the Hill while the House is in recess.
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