A BC trans advocate just won a major rights case. What does it mean?

BC NDP candidate and trans advocate Morgane Oger won a major human rights case against Bill Whatcott, a conservative religious anti-gay activist who targeted Oger with flyers attacking her trans identity.

We spoke to Oger about the victory and what it means for LGBTQ2 Canadians.

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