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We interrupt this cat video with something genuinely important

Laureen Harper hosted an awards ceremony for cat videos on the Internet. Then things got real, with questions about missing and murdered women and why there has been no inquiry.

"Mrs. Harper was in Toronto to introduce 'Just for Cats: Internet Cat Video Festival'. The event appears to be part of a larger Conservative strategy to 'exploit Laureen Harper's popularity' to win re-election in 2015. However, the PR exercise was unexpectedly disrupted when Hailey King, a 21-year-old student and volunteer at a local women’s centre interrupted Harper’s speech to ask the following question:

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