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Leitch: I do have 22 letters at the end of my name, I'm not an idiot | The Prince Arthur Herald

27.1.17

Leitch: I do have 22 letters at the end of my name, I'm not an idiot | The Prince Arthur Herald: “Please understand that I do have 22 letters at the end of my name, I’m not an idiot.”

Her parliamentary profile reads her official title as The Hon. Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, P.C., O.Ont., M.D., M.B.A., F.R.C.S.(C)

There are actually 16 letters after her name. Including “the Hon. Dr.” before her name brings the total to 24.

Leitch was being questioned about her plans to abolish the Indian Act without consulting aboriginal groups by a man who does not have 22 letters after his name.

“I have thought through all of the details with respect to what we should do in order to make sure people feel full at the end of the process,” Leitch continues. “But the short of it, the first step, we have to eliminate the Indian Act.”


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