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Feds look to ban conversion therapy

New legislation would bar taking minors abroad for practice

THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods</p><p>Daphne Penrose, the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth: “We would encourage any child, youth, young adult or concerned community member to contact our office for support if they are aware of, or themselves are being subjected to, conversion therapy.”</p>

THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

Daphne Penrose, the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth: “We would encourage any child, youth, young adult or concerned community member to contact our office for support if they are aware of, or themselves are being subjected to, conversion therapy.”

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