Hopes for a female, feminist UN Secretary-General look increasingly unlikely, but there are creative ideas circulating for feminist system reforms that would spur progress from the bottom-up, writes Lyric Thompson, a senior policy manager at the International Center for Research on Women.
Abortion rights advocates in Prince Edward Island have advised the provincial government of their intention to file a legal challenge to the province’s “discriminatory and unlawful abortion policy.”
Smith, 91, one of the last remaining Canadian World War 2 veterans, fears that unrestrained capitalism is killing collective rights and western democracy.
Over 30 individuals and organizations concerned with women’s equality online call on Canadian MPs to vote against the Conservatives’ Bill C-13, the deceptively named “Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act”.
A new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives shows that Quebec is the best province for a Canadian woman in five areas: economic security, leadership, health, personal security, and education.
Marriage equality became law in England and Wales after Queen Elizabeth granted Royal Assent to the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill last Wednesday.
Abortion rights group launches website to celebrate historic 1988 Supreme Court “Morgentaler Decision”
Abortion rights group celebrates 1988 Supreme Court of Canada decision with new website dedicated to the heroic sacrifices of Dr. Henry Morgentaler.
Should an election be called, the more militant group of the Quebec student protest movement will mobilze students against ideology and neo-liberal politics. That’s according to CLASSE’s new manifesto, recently launched by Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois (pictured), the organization’s spokesperson. The manifesto focuses on four core themes: