Together, we can take action against gender-based violence in Canada.
In an act of "sick and twisted" irony, Canada's new prostitution law takes effect on December 6, the anniversary of the Montreal Massacre and a day now set aside to mourn violence against women.
Fourteen women reflect on what the 25th anniversary of the École Polytechnique shootings means to them and for the future.
Domestic violence is a workplace issue. Labour, government and employers are going to meet to discuss potential solutions to address domestic violence.
rabble asked a range of women to reflect on the 25th anniversary of the December 6 shootings.
Twenty-five years ago Nora Loreto was five years old when the Ecole Polytechnique shootings happened. Twenty-five years later she continues to mobilize for women's liberation.
La violence contre les femmes est une priorité pour les groupes de femmes et les retraités du Congrès de l'Union du Canada. Partout au Canada et à l'étranger les femmes se mobilisent pour riposter.
John Bonnar Audio Blog
Twenty-three years later, people still come together once a year around the Tree of Hope to remember the 14 young women whose lives ended in an act of gender-based violence.
On this day in 1989 fourteen women were murdered at Montreal's École Polytechnique.
Violence against women is a priority for women's groups and the Congress of Union Retirees of Canada. Across Canada and internationally, women are mobilizing to fight back.