Saskatchewan government to discipline employee for post about China
By The Canadian Press
The Saskatchewan government says disciplinary measures will be taken against an employee who made an inappropriate social media post about China.
A screen shot of a text exchange was posted to the Instagram account of Alyssa Leippi and began circulating on social media this week.
The conversation is about eating dogs and China.
The government’s directory lists Leippi as an adviser and consultant for communications services with the executive council and Premier Scott Moe’s office.
A spokesman for the premier’s office says the “inappropriate social media activity” doesn’t reflect the government’s views and policies.
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