National Post: Could your past life nix a Senate spot? Liberals appoint hypnotherapist, singer to selection panel

One of the panelists named by the Liberal government to a board that will select new senators tries to recover the past lives of people she treats using a largely debunked psychological technique.Manitoba folk singer and hypnotherapist Heather Bishop is one of nine “eminent Canadians” who will help choose candidates to fill the 22 vacancies in the Senate, Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef announced Tuesday.But for a government that prides itself on evidence-based policy, her addition to the Senate advisory board may raise a few brows.

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2 thoughts on “National Post: Could your past life nix a Senate spot? Liberals appoint hypnotherapist, singer to selection panel

  1. The National Post, while not exactly a Conservative party mouthpiece, is certainly very Conservative-party centric in its overall political leanings. It’s not likely to approve of much that Trudeau does.

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