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Media: Victoria votes to create first trans inclusion policy

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Strudwick in the news

The City of Victoria Councillors Marianne Alto and Jeremy Loveday recently put forth a motion to protect the rights of transgender and gender non-conforming people. It unanimously passed the first reading! Vic News contacted Ambit to comment on this progress – and as a bonus, you’ll also get a little glimpse into my personal life. Here’s an excerpt, but make sure to check out the full article here.

“Kingsley is excited the city will begin developing a policy…It reflects of all the work that’s been done at a grassroots level for decades. While I do feel like it’s overdue, I’m also in a celebration mode, where I am thrilled that there will hopefully be protections in place for trans and gender variant people,” Kingsley said, adding the City of Vancouver’s parks and recreation department recently adopted a trans inclusion policy for programs and facilities…

Kingsley added once the policy is created and adopted, it will be up to the community to uphold it.”

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