Kenney speechwriter said homosexuality is 'socially destructive' and called First Nation an oppressive regime - 2020-06-26

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F182.png Kenney speechwriter said homosexuality is 'socially destructive' and called First Nation an oppressive regime June 26, 2020, Joel Dryden, CBC News

Further writings by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's speechwriter came to light Friday, columns stating that homosexuality was "individually and socially destructive" and characterizing an Alberta First Nation as an "oppressive, collectivist regime."

Calls by the Opposition NDP for the firing of Paul Bunner were resisted by Kenney on Thursday after a column from 2013 resurfaced wherein Bunner dismissed the "bogus genocide story" of Canada's residential school system and said Indigenous youth could be "ripe recruits" for violent insurgencies.

Multiple other columns and articles written by Bunner, shared with media by Alberta's NDP, span a period starting in the late 1990s up until 2016.

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{{cite news | first = Joel | last = Dryden | title = Kenney speechwriter said homosexuality is 'socially destructive' and called First Nation an oppressive regime | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/jason-kenney-rachel-notley-gabrielle-lindstrom-paul-bunner-1.5628894 | work = CBC News | date = June 26, 2020 | accessdate = June 27, 2020 }}