Columnists
Rick Salutin | The Shafia case is so unsettling that it seems to unleash the search for a single key to explain it. Then you could toss away other keys that don't work. But I don't think that's the way to go.
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Sean Mullen | On November 14, the provincial government introduced the new Family Law Act. The new law places an emphasis on out-of-court settlements. It also includes an expanded definition of family violence.
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Lori Mainville: friend, mentor and advisor to Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Robert Animikii Horton
Robert Animikii Horton | Think of the well-being of the relationship we are building between our People and generations to come. This begins with our respect and value for women, aligned with our traditional teachings.
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Coalition for Gun Control | Police, safety and suicide prevention experts and victims of gun violence are outraged at the government's introduction of Bill C-19.
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University of British Columbia School of Nursing | A new study shows that the violence experienced by women even after they leave abusive partners can cost the health-care and support systems $13,000 per affected woman.
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Jennifer Efting, Hugh Lampkin | Audio from the July 21 Vancouver launch of the book "The Revolution Starts at Home, Confronting Intimate Violence In Activist Communities."
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Mothers for Gun Control | In response to the recent election, we, the mothers of victims of gun violence, call on politicians to stand up for public safety. This Mother's Day we call on Canadians to stand up for gun control.
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Jennifer Efting and Melanie Spence | A conversation about how to build egalitarian and healthy relationships between men and women as we work to break down patriarchy.
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A rally in Toronto on Canada Day, 2008, in support of migrant justice. Photo: No One Is Illegal -- Toronto
Farrah Miranda | For migrant justice organizers and fighters against violence perpetrated on women, this year on Dec. 6 is a moment for pause and reflection after recent successes. There is still much work to be done.
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Jane Williams | The Revolution Starts At Home examines how women and men of colour can protect themselves against violent partners without calling in the same police who are oppress their communities.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | Election Day is finally here, and control of the House and the Senate hangs in the balance. The differences between parties could not be more stark...
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Redeye
Manuel Schulte | Many jurisdictions across Canada have domestic violence courts. On October 6th, a public forum explored the pros and cons of this kind of court. We bring you three speakers from that forum.