By Colette Derworiz THE CANADIAN PRESS Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says she didn’t mean to trivialize prejudice faced by minority communities when she suggested unvaccinated people have experienced the most discrimination she has ever seen in her lifetime. Smith’s comment on her first day as premier drew criticism from across Canada, including British Columbia Premier John Horgan, who called it “laughable,” and at least one Jewish group that says it reached out to her office to express concern. Smith said in a statement Wednesday that she intended to underline the mistreatment of individuals who chose not to be vaccinated. “I want to be clear that I did not intend to trivialize in any way the discrimination faced by minority communities and other persecuted groups or create any false equivalencies to
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