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“There are still many causes worth sacrificing for, so much history yet to be made." Michelle Obama Today my family and friends participated in the Ottawa... more
organizing
2016 US Elections
Women
Aboriginal Women
Racism
Free Trade
Violence Against Women
Healthcare
Black Lives Matter
Join us for this panel discussion on GENDER BASED VIOLENCE - Part of the 2016 Ottawa Peace Festival, in Ottawa, on Monday, September 26, 2016 at 7:30 pm, in... more
Women
equality
Human Rights
Gender Equality
Ottawa Peace Festival
Gender violence
Shahla Khan Salter
Anita Vandenbeld
Imam Mohamad Jebara
Gabrielle Fayant
Dr. Qais Ghanem
Ottawa
Canada
In our recent nationwide survey, we asked Canadians to tell us whether they thought a series of scenarios were likely or unlikely to transpire over the next 10... more
Future Canada
Canadians
Public Opinion Poll
media
Politics
homosexuality
Muslim
Newspapers
Alberta
Quebec
Women
EU
China
Middle East
United States
The Ghomeshi verdict came down yesterday and it was very disappointing, if predictable. It seems however, this case is bound to cause a lot of division,... more
Ghomeshi Trial
Sexual Harassment
Male-Female relations
Women
men
sexual identity
lovers
sex
CBC
Ghomeshi
Canadian law
Canada
The trouble is that we have two competing objectives, viz reversing the global and particularly the Canadian and companion western-world demographic trend, on... more
Demographics
Canadian population
Women
Children
child rearing
child care
subsidized child care spaces
Feminism
Canada
We need a stock-taking. A “to-do” list. Some of what the Harper administration broke will be easy to fix; much will be very hard indeed. What we must do is... more
Elections 2015
Elizabeth May
Stephen Harper
Green Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
Security Law
Bill C-51
CSIS
C-44
C-38
C-3
immigration
Canadian Citizenship
Refugees
Long form census
Rehire Munir Sheik
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Environmental Law
Navigable Waters
climate change
COP21
ecoENERGY Retrofit
Service Canada
National Parks
Women
First Nations
CBC
Canada Post
Canada
I don’t mean to shock you, but First Nations people in Canada were only granted the right to vote in 1960. That’s still within living memory, and a constant... more
Elections 2015
First Nations
Women
Water
Idle No More
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“So why don’t women jump into politics?” asks the Toronto Star, in a recent interview with Anne McLelland, a former Liberal federal cabinet minister. The real... more
Sexism on Parliament Hill
Sexual Harrassment
Conduct of MPs
Federal Government
Canada
Women
Women in politics
PTSD
Of the 24 City Hall elected officials, only six are women.  They are Jan Harder, Marianne Wilkinson, Diane Deans, Dianne Holmes, Katherine Hobbs and Maria... more
2014 Muncipal election
Women
Jan Harder
Marianne Wilkinson
Diane Deans
Dianne Holmes
Katherine Hobbs
Maria McRae
Laura Dudas
Catherine McKenney
Michelle Reimer
Barbara Carroll
Jean Johnston-McKitterick
Susan Sherring
2014 Ottawa Municipal Election
Women in politics
Ottawa City Council
City of Ottawa
Ottawa