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Calls to view Lépine’s actions as ideological were ignored.
“He was our first terrorist and nobody was treating it that way,” journalist Francine Pelletier, one of Lépine’s named targets, told the in 2014: “Those (engineering) students dared to take the place of men.
Willful blindness to Lépine’s stated agenda was institutionalized: “We may never understand why women were singled out by Marc Lépine,” then Justice Minister Peter Mac Kay unfathomably told the House of Commons in 2014.
No similar confusion was expressed when “lone wolf” Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, whose 2014 attack on Parliament Hill killed Cpl.
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They represented our future and he was targeting our future—how we imagined ourselves to be.” Anyone who dared identify the massacre as a crime against women in the wake of the shootings was vilified, Dawn Black, then an NDP MP, tells : “The mainstream media with a few exceptions saw him as a mentally ill person and refused to see him as a perhaps a mentally ill person who deliberately targeted women.” Black introduced the Private Members’ Bill that saw Dec.
6 recognized as a National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
“I have decided to send the feminists who have always ruined my life to their Maker.” His attack occurred just as the Canadian women’s movement was at it apex: gender roles were being recast, women had access to legal abortion, the courts made it illegal for a husband to rape his wife and there was movement toward pay equity, employment equity and constitutional equality.