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So why am I marching?

So why am I marching?

GRAN member Myrtle Blinn took part with thousands of others in Saturday's Women's March in the nation's capital, one of many such marches held around the world to stand up for equality and justice and to stand against gender-based harassment and violence.

Myrtle speaks eloquently in an Ottawa Citizen article about why she is marching. Read the full article here.

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