'It's the right thing to do': Canada apologizes to victims of military sexual misconduct 1

‘It’s the right thing to do’: Canada apologizes to victims of military sexual misconduct

 

Defence Minister Anita Anand discusses the government's apology to victims of military sexual misconduct, saying Ottawa has failed them.

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8 comments

  1. “WE’RE SORRY…pls don’t sue. WE’RE REALLY REALLY SORRY… but pls though, don’t sue. SO SORRY, GUYS, SERIOUSLY… we’re cool right? No need to sue, k?”

  2. the right thing would be to hold those doing it responsible but then these sold out goons might also be held accountable.

  3. Apologies don’t make a difference. Make the government pay survivors and discipline predators. Action is needed not blah, blah, blah.

  4. Thanks again justan for hiding behind anyone. Why should I pay for your f ups. Should come out of the political liberal party. As well as the 40 billion to the Indians.

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