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Deborah Drever
| November 19, 2015
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Kate Harding on the alarming rise of rape culture

October 31, 2015
| Author and columnist Kate Harding brings wit, sarcasm and righteous fury to a dark topic in her new book Asking For It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture and What We Can Do About It.
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Kenney recycles old policy announcements on Live-in Caregiver Program

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On October 7, 2015, Defense Minister Jason Kenney convened a press conference at Mount Zion Filipino Seventh-Day Adventist Church at North York, Toronto to announce what he called a "major policy announcement" concerning the Caregiver Program.

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| October 6, 2015
October 2, 2015 |
According to research by the Native Women's Association of Canada, there are more than 582 missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.

'Who is She?' campaign calls for inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women

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25th Annual Feb 14th Women’s Memorial March, Vancouver
| September 28, 2015

UN report card on Canada's human rights record

The UN human rights committee is accusing the Canadian government of failing to act on missing and murdered aboriginal women, violence against women generally, and numerous other matters, ranging from refugees to Bill C-51, the new anti-terror law. The UN's first report card on Canada in 10 years was released Thursday, and measures whether the country has met its human rights obligations.

 

Read the full report here: https://ipolitics.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/UNHCR-Report-re-C51.pdf

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