Bernier’s ‘virtue-signalling’ attack on Rempel is disturbing
By Erica IfillMay. 22, 2019
Maxime Bernier is deploying the tactics of toxic masculinity to publicly harass his former female caucus-mate.
People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier has criticized his former caucus-mate, Conservative MP Michelle Rempel, on Twitter for her support for a Liberal proposal to make menstrual products available for free in federally regulated workplaces. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—They say the only things you can count on in life are death and taxes. Well, as a woman on the internet, I can assure you that there is another: online harassment.
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