Riding Winnipeg’s buses in protest of racism

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APTN first told you about Gelsey Sumner,20, back in November when she alleged she was the victim of racism by a city bus driver.

Now some supporters are riding a bus in protest.

But the city of Winnipeg says the claims aren’t true.

APTN’s Shaneen Robinson has the story.

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4 thoughts on “Riding Winnipeg’s buses in protest of racism

  1. They’re not only Racist, they’re really bad drivers looking for a quick retirement fund, very disappointing. And you only need a grade 10 Education level how pathetic is that???

  2. “The panel found that the likelihood of “significant adverse environmental affects” from “project malfunctions” or accidents leading to things like oil spills was very low.”

    ” “The environmental, societal and economic burdens of a large oil spill, while unlikely and not permanent, would be significant,” said the panel.”

    So, which is it? It’s not a question of if there will be a spill, but when, where and how much. And, yes, oil spills ARE significant.

  3. My idea is the native they should become a bus driver because a lot of them in Winnipeg they don’t have job they should offer job for native to drive the bus all across the country.

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