Podcast
John Bonnar | 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.
Columnists
Retiree Matters, Louisette Hinton | 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.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women and Children is held each December 6th in memory of the 14 young women killed at Montreal’s Ecole Polytechnique in 1989.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Dec. 6 is not just a "women's issue." The most important thing we men can do is to have the courage just to speak up about violence against women.
Blog
John Bonnar | It's Dec. 6 and Nora Hassaan is speaking at the 21st Memorial Ceremony at Ryerson University for the 14 women who were killed on this day in 1989 at Montreal’s Ecole Polytechnique.
Blog
Uzma Shakir | What is the Canadian government doing to address barbaric forms of spousal abuse, incest, rape, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking that are pervasive across Canada?
Blog
Sharon Fraser | In 1989, I was writing a feminist column for The Daily News in Halifax. As I read those columns 20 years later, I am disheartened to find that too much has not changed.
Blog
anonymous | They say, 'Women Won't Forget' on December 6th. But as a young, sex working, multiracial, bisexual, two-spirited, Aboriginal woman, I think that sometimes women DO forget a few things.
News
Nathalie Provost, Heidi Rathjen, Alain Perreault | Twenty years after that fateful day, we the survivors and former students would ask that you reflect on how far we have come and how far we have yet to go.
Blog
Judy Rebick | I am asking that everyone reading contact Jack Layton and Michael Ignatieff to discipline their caucuses to vote against the PMB that will gut the gun registry.