Liberals to push for gender equality during Canada’s turn at helm of G7 summit

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THE CANADIAN PRESS — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is bringing his feminism to the G7 summit next year, which could involve stirring up the issue of sexual and reproductive health rights at a time when U.S. President Donald Trump is far from being on the same page. The Liberal government is planning to make gender […]

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