These raging grannies want to sing about "the elephant in the room."
Zi-Ann Lum is an Ottawa-based federal politics reporter with HuffPost Canada. She is a member of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery as well as the Canadian Association of Journalists. Her investigative features have been nominated for Canadian Association of Journalists awards. In between stories, she helps produce “Follow-Up with Althia Raj,” a HuffPost Canada politics podcast. Before arriving on Parliament Hill, she worked as a reporter and front page editor in Vancouver and Toronto. Zi-Ann is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. She has been with HuffPost Canada since 2012.
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