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All achieved, from my perspective, based on merit: not based on an exception, or a barrier that had to be broken just for the sake of breaking it.So, you know, I think that there are ways that you can accommodate different individuals.
ANNE MCGRATH: A lot of focus is put on getting women to run.KINGSTON: Okay, that takes us actually to the news of the last year and a half, out of Parliament Hill.There has been a steady parade of stories about everything from Chrystia Freeland being upbraided for having a “little girl voice” to actual cases involving sexual harassment and allegations of sexual assault.We believe that the best candidate is the best candidate, it should be based on merit.There is no particular program to recruit women, there is a program to recruit wonderful candidates.Here’s a recap of that conversation—edited for length and clarity. I’d like to talk about what each of your parties is doing to welcome a diverse group of women.
I’m not talking just about recruitment techniques and goals, but also party policy.
Is that possible within the current sort of structural issues that we’re dealing with?
MCGRATH: I think it’s absolutely possible to make legislatures in Parliament more hospitable to women.
That’s very important because if we don’t change the face of Parliament, then I think we’ll continue on the way that we have been.
But there are all sorts of roles within a political party that are very, very important.
There are ways you can accommodate regions, and voting groups that you want to appeal to.