AFRICA RECORDS HAT TRICK OF LOSSES IN OPENING GAMES

JODI BROWN WOULD LIKE TO SEE FREE MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS IN ALL PUBLIC AND WORKPLACE BATHROOMS IN NOVA SCOTIA.

'THE LIBRARY IS MAKING HISTORY,' SAYS NOVA SCOTIA ANTI-POVERTY ACTIVIST JODI BROWN

She said offering the products makes things simple for anyone needing them.
The cost will become part of the library system's operating budget, she said.
"It's just like toilet paper and soap," she said. "It's essential.

Halifax Public Libraries will soon offer free menstrual products in all its bathrooms at its 14 branches, joining efforts across Canada to supply them for anyone needing them. Anti-poverty activist Jodi Brown said she was...

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