April 25, 2016
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Can a Conservative Be a Feminist?
Should a politician's voting record prevent her from speaking up about sexism? Why protestors were living inside the offices of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada across the country. And Mike Duffy's acquitted. Jane Lytvenenko joins Supriya Dwivedi.

A Conservative MP’s op-ed about sexism in Parliament got a lot of praise. But Sarah Beuhler saw it as hypocritical and an attempt to gain favour for a possible leadership bid.

Mike Duffy’s cleared of all charges in the Senate expense scandal.

We hear from #OccupyINAC protestors who were living inside the offices of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada for over a week. The Winnipeg office is still occupied.

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