April 19, 2016
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Parliament Needs More Women’s Bathrooms
NOT SORRY writer Vicky Mochama talks to young women on Parliament Hill about the barriers they face and the work they do.

Guest co-host Vicky Mochama went to Ottawa to talk to women about what it’s like to work on Parliament Hill, a space built for men in the 19th century.

In the wake of the NDP convention, the big question is whether Canada can stomach a party that’s a centimetre off centre.

A powerful listener calls in with opinions on the Senate.

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