Now the rest of the story on all those would-be emmigrants to Oh, Canada!:
A 14-year-old girl hockey player has won the right to share the same locker room with her male teammates.
News Brunswick's Human Rights Commission has ruled that Brigette LeBlanc's rights were violated when she was forced to use a separate change room.
LeBlanc has been playing hockey since the age of five. Her sense of camaraderie took a hit three years ago when she was made to use a separate change room.
It felt like I was alone. I was always alone and I was the only girl on the team," she told ATV News.
Rosa Parks, call your office.