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Four Sask. Party leadership candidates weigh in on women, family issues in YWCA survey – Regina Leader-Post
by ahnationtalk onDecember 7, 201775 Views
December 6, 2017
Four Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates responded to a YWCA survey on issues facing vulnerable women and families in the province.
Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Alanna Koch, Ken Cheveldayoff and Gord Wyant responded to the 10-question survey, which addressed intimate partner violence, economic status of women, childcare subsidies and the high proportion of Indigenous children in care (85 per cent), among other issues.
The two other candidates, Rob Clarke and Scott Moe, were sent the survey but did not reply.
Here’s a closer look at their answers. But first, some facts: