CCLA reacts to latest revisions to New Brunswick Policy 713

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TORONTO — Harini Sivalingam, Lawyer and Director of the Equality Program at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) made the following statement:
CCLA has serious concerns about the constitutionality of the changes to Policy 713 in New Brunswick and the deeply flawed process that led to these changes.
The Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development’s most recent revisions to the policy do not address these concerns. They do not fix the problems identified by the New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate in his expert report.
The changes to Policy 713 are discriminatory. They will harm young people when school

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