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Penticton protest

Candis Davis gives the thumbs up to a passing motorist during a rally in front of MP Dan Albas’ office Thursday. The event was part of a national protest opposing Bill C-10, the omnibus crime bill, which groups like Leadnow believe is being rushed through the legislature and will send Canadian justice in the wrong direction. - Mark Brett/Western News
Candis Davis gives the thumbs up to a passing motorist during a rally in front of MP Dan Albas’ office Thursday. The event was part of a national protest opposing Bill C-10, the omnibus crime bill, which groups like Leadnow believe is being rushed through the legislature and will send Canadian justice in the wrong direction.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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