BPC Bulletin: Activists Unreconciled to Presence of Abigail Shrier's Book in Halifax Libraries
In Nova Scotia, activists continue to disapprove of the Halifax Public Library’s decision to keep Abigail Shrier’s Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters on the shelves.
In Halifax Today, Chris Stoodley reports:
Hal-Con severs Halifax Public Libraries partnership due to 'anti-trans' book - HalifaxToday.ca
In the Halifax Examiner, Philip Moscovitch reports:
In The Coast, Morgan Mullin writes:
Hal-Con cancels events at Halifax Public Libraries over anti-trans book | Cultural Festivals | Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST
In the National Post, Adam Zivo writes:
Adam Zivo: Pride boycott of Halifax library a disturbing attack on free expression | National Post
At Saltwire.com, writers comment in four different letters:
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