I am thankful that no-one was hurt during the hostage taking in Edmonton. I can't imagine how frightened the hostages were. I also have a certain amount of sympathy for the guy who took them hostage (look at his picture at the above link, he has very sad eyes, not the eyes of a killer). He was living in an assisted living apartment, so he obviously had some medical problem that qualified him for that assistance. The system is broken. The people who need our help the most, are forgotten.
That leads me into a discussion of the "pink book". The "pink book" has exposed a huge problem, with Liberals. They do not understand women. While the Liberals were busy releasing their third version of the "pink book", making women everywhere in Canada, into second class citizens, real people in need are forgotten.
I would like to see Minna Mouse get out and actually help a woman with an abusive husband. I bet she has room in her home for one family in need. Unfortunately, that's not what the "pink book" is about, it's about making women into victims. The weaker sex. The "pink book" is disgusting to any strong willed, self supporting woman.
It tells women who are raising their children on their own that they are inferior. Only working women count and they get paid less than an engineer, so that is unfair. Let me see if I get this feminist view right, a secretary should get paid as much as an engineer. That's why they quote the 75% number. It is total BS. Ladies, go to university/college and you too can get the same salary as men in your field. It's just that simple.
The "pink book" makes victims not friends.