Quebec broke: Suspending anti-homobia ads

In 2013, the Parti Québécois government launched an online, radio and television campaign showing LGBT people and couples in every day situations. (Government of Quebec / YouTube)

In 2013, the Parti Québécois government launched an online, radio and television campaign showing LGBT people and couples in every day situations. (Government of Quebec / YouTube)

In its quest to slash $3 billion from the budget, the province is suspending an acclaimed anti-homophobia advertising campaign.

The ad campaign slated for 2014-15 would have cost $1 million, as part of five-year, $7.1-million plan, launched in 2013 to get the public thinking about how open they really are to homosexuality.

The province is also putting a gender equality campaign on the back burner that would have cost $500,000…

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