Posts Tagged “politics”

Baby steps

by Another Mother on May 20, 2011

The official government petition that was started after I was kicked out of a store for breastfeeding in public, is winding its way through various Quebec government offices. The latest: a parliamentary committee has recommended that the law be changed.

How a petition becomes a law

by Another Mother on May 4, 2011

An official Quebec government petition was created after I was kicked out of a store for breastfeeding. On May 3, it was presented to the Quebec National Assembly (p. 223) by Carole Poirier, provincial MNA for the Parti Québecois in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. (…)

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Kissing Babies

by Another Mother on April 11, 2011

It’s federal election time again in Canada. So when the parties call you or knock on your door, you should probably ask then what they think about public breastfeeding. Because if you don’t ask, they won’t know it’s important. And (…)

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A Petition for a New Law

by Another Mother on January 25, 2011

Canadians already have the legal right to breastfeed in public. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms gives all women in Canada this right. However, not many people are aware of this. An official government petition has been set up (…)

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Letter Writing Campaign

by Another Mother on January 6, 2011

Do you think…