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CANADA: Quebec Province Allocates $7M To Fight Anti-Gay Bullying

Just in case you've momentarily forgotten to envy Canada, Zack Ford at Think Progress tips us to this:
Quebec government will spend $7 million over the next five years on programs aimed at fighting bullying and discrimination against gays and lesbians. Justice minister Jean-Marc Fournier said money will be shared among agencies working to protect the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transsexuals and transgender people. The campaign will focus on demystifying gay people within the heterosexual community and ensuring they are treated fairly at school, work and society at large.

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