gender equality: The march started as a rally on Parliament Hill with speeches and indigenous drumming, according to CTV. It then took to the streets for a march down Bank Street to Lansdowne. People gathered in the frigid cold demanding the advancement of the rights of women and other vulnerable groups. Sherry Moran has never missed a Women's March. She says she wants her to know, Girl power is important and she should be working with men who are supporting gender equality. Saturday she had company- joined by her great-niece Natasha. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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