Sasha Dyck (second from left) at the Montreal Women’s march with friends on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. The father of two, who once ran for Montreal city council, said border agents stopped his group from entering the United States after learning of their plans to attend Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington.
Sasha Dyck (second from left) at the Montreal Women’s march with friends on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. The father of two, who once ran for Montreal city council, said border agents stopped his group from entering the United States after learning of their plans to attend Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington. Courtesy of Sasha Dyck
Sasha Dyck (second from left) at the Montreal Women’s march with friends on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. The father of two, who once ran for Montreal city council, said border agents stopped his group from entering the United States after learning of their plans to attend Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington. Courtesy of Sasha Dyck

‘I’m a nurse, not an anarchist,’ says D.C.-bound Canadian stopped from entering U.S.

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