Senator who posted racist letters about Indigenous people balks at cultural sensitivity course – National Post

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The Senate ethics officer has also asked Beyak to delete the letters from her website and post a formal apology, but she hasn’t done any of those things

OTTAWA — The Senate’s ethics officer says Sen. Lynn Beyak violated the upper chamber’s conflict-of-interest code by posting racist letters about Indigenous people on her website.

Pierre Legault says Beyak’s conduct did not uphold the highest standards of dignity required of a senator.

Nor did she perform her duties with dignity, honour and integrity or refrain from acting in a way that could reflect negatively on the Senate, as stipulated in the code.

Read More: https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/sen-beyak-broke-senates-code-of-conduct-by-posting-racist-letters

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