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Edmonton-based blog calls out sexism in food service industry

April 13, 2015
| Wear a shorter skirt. Dye your hair. Flirt with the regulars. Women who work in bars and restaurants have heard it all. Now they're telling their stories on a new blog about sexism in the industry.
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April 8, 2015 |
In communities across Canada and around the world people wear pink to call for an end to bullying in all its forms, especially bullying targeting members of the LGBTTI community.
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| February 27, 2015

Ending discrimination against First Nations children in Canada

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