Ontario student group pushes Kathleen Wynne for sexual assault policies
Ontario’s largest student group is asking Premier Kathleen Wynne to push universities and colleges into adopting stand-alone sexual assault policies as well as mandatory education programs for students. Members of the Ontario chapter of the Canadian Federation of Students met with Wynne at Queen’s Park on Wednesday evening to talk about the problem of sexual violence on campus and how schools can better prevent and respond to it. Wynne, who along with Tracy MacCharles, the minister responsible for women’s issues, met with 21 student leaders from schools across Ontario, said her government was committed to tackling what she described a very real and pressing issue.
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