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Opinion | BY JOHANNE SENECAL | February 18, 2019
Former Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne and Alberta premier Rachel Notley have both acknowledged they’ve received several threats of harm from internet trolls and online attackers. Increasingly, politicians are considered easy targets for cyberbullies; more so for women in the public eye. The fallout of these attacks is draining our political halls of the diverse voices and informed opinions needed to continue to keep Canada and our economy thriving. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JOHANNE SENECAL | February 18, 2019
Opinion | BY JOHANNE SENECAL | February 18, 2019
Former Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne and Alberta premier Rachel Notley have both acknowledged they’ve received several threats of harm from internet trolls and online attackers. Increasingly, politicians are considered easy targets for cyberbullies; more so for women in the public eye. The fallout of these attacks is draining our political halls of the diverse voices and informed opinions needed to continue to keep Canada and our economy thriving. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade