Some 103 out of the 105 sitting Senators completed the mandatory anti-harassment training in the Red Chamber, along with 96 per cent of staffers.
Independent Senator Raymonde Saint-Germaine, pictured speaking to reporters in 2018, chairs the Human Resources Subcommittee. The group recommended the Upper Chamber participate in anti-harassment training, which is now almost fully complete. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Nearly every Senator has completed anti-harassment training, along with the majority of the Chamber’s administration heads and staffers, well before the Senate rises this year.
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