Bill C-16 GBA Denied
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Justin Trudeau refuses to release the Gender Based Analysis for Bill C-16

When Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister of Canada, he promised to do a Gender-Based Analysis (GBA) before passing any new legislation. A GBA is a study on the impact of new legislation on women and girls. It now appears that a GBA may not have been done on Bill C-16, the legislation that adds gender identity and expression to the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code.

Many women’s groups have requested a copy of the GBA for Bill C-16, and the government is still refusing to release it. A Twitter campaign called #ReleaseTheGba has brought many concerned Canadians together to petition the government to publish it. If the government cannot produce this GBA, it must admit that this protocol was never followed, which will further undermine the appropriateness of passing Bill C-16.

Finally, after a number of MPs turned down the opportunity to sponsor this petition, Derek Sloan courageously accepted the challenge. If you support government transparency and the rights of girls and women, please click on the link below, read the short description and sign this petition.

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Sign Parliamentary e-Petition e-2289

MP Derek Sloan is sponsoring the e-Petition to request the Government of Canada to release the GBA for Bill C-16. We need as many Canadians as possible to sign e-petition e-2289.  Please click the link below and add your name to the petition.

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Lynday Shepherd explains C-16 and the #ReleaseTheGba Campaign

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