Alta. minister sparks controversy over parenting remarks



June 19, 2009

ARPA Action Suggestion: Send Ms. Evans a note ([email protected]) to thank her for standing up for the truth on this point. News Staff

Alberta Finance Minister Iris Evans has backtracked from her statement that one parent needs to stay at home in order to raise a child properly, saying Thursday she understands all parents need to make choices that are right for them. Evans, 67, declined media interviews on Thursday but issued a written statement to clarify her remarks, which she made on Wednesday to the Economic Club of Canada in Toronto. [Continue reading this article here.]

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