Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women inquiry calls attention to a national crisis
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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women inquiry calls attention to a national crisis

CW: MMIW By Valerie Dittrich Journalists behind the investigation hope to make victims’ voices heard. (Image Source: Flickr. Image Author: Howl Arts Collective. Usage Rights: CC BY 2.0) CBC News is bringing public awareness to the disappearances and deaths of Indigenous women and girls nationwide through an interactive inquiry. The investigation aims to educate viewers … Continue reading

An important conversation; ‘Law needs feminism because’ photo campaign trends its way into Canadian public
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An important conversation; ‘Law needs feminism because’ photo campaign trends its way into Canadian public

By: Aya Baradie On March 11th, a group of 175 people gathered in Montreal to discuss how to unify and implement the ideas behind the ‘Law Needs Feminism‘ movement. Aya Baradie spoke to campaign participants about what the movement means to them. On January 24th McGill University released a photo campaign on Twitter, encouraging followers to … Continue reading

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McClung’s asks the new RSU about diversity and women in leadership

McClung’s asked the newly-elected RSU executive team why having diversity and women in leadership is important. Susanne Nyaga (President) – “When leadership is diverse then it ensures two things. The first being that each individual at the table brings with them a different viewpoint, experience and mindset. The second being that the more representative the … Continue reading

Artists at Work at the Feminist Art Conference
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Artists at Work at the Feminist Art Conference

By: Karen Sandoval-Santana Artists, academics and activists were invited to attend the Feminist Art Conference to examine feminist issues through art. The theme this year was Embodied Resistance. This comes from the notion that the human body can be treated as a site of resistance to the power structures of patriarchy, says Ilene Sova, the … Continue reading

“What are we so afraid of?” Some Ontario residents are for — and against — the province’s new sexual education curriculum
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“What are we so afraid of?” Some Ontario residents are for — and against — the province’s new sexual education curriculum

The last time Ontario’s sex education was updated was in 1998. Now in 2015, the current revisions will finally give students the tools they need to develop healthy sexual experiences and relationships in this province. BY: MELISSA MYERS “Hands off our children!” A crowd of up to 300 people stands on the front lawn at … Continue reading