LGBTQ class action settlement recognizes decades of discrimination in Canada's military and civil service

Morning North

Until 1992 in Canada, being gay in the military was not only illegal, it could mean investigation, arrest, and being fired. Now, there's a multi-million dollar settlement to acknowledge that was wrong. We heard from a scholar from Laurentian University who has spent her academic career studying LGBT people in the Canadian military. The CBC's Jessica Pope spoke with Dr. Lynn Goliquer and her research colleague Dr. Carmen Poulin.

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