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Digital Freedom Update, Marianela Ramos Capelo | With online platforms increasingly being a site of public discourse in democratic societies, gendered online violence silences and makes invisible a key sector of society in the public sphere.
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Up For Debate
Christopher Majka | Are we up for debate? Women's issues need to be taken to the political streets. Not debating whether they should be addressed, but how it should be done, and how quickly it can be.
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Iglika Ivanova | "The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman In Canada 2015" ranks Canada's 25 biggest cities based on the gaps in how men and women are faring in five key areas. Iglika Ivanova surveys the results.
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Eve-Lyne Couturier | Exiting the financial crisis comes with a cost. For women in Quebec, the price tag has nearly reached $7 billion since 2008.
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Kate McInturff | What is the wage gap? When two people have the same job, work the same hours and make different amounts of money, that is a wage gap.
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Screenshot: Secrets of the gender pay gap revealed
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | Pay equity is not about asking for special treatment. It is a human right. Here's how to close the gender pay gap in Ontario.
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Kate McInturff | Over the past 20 years more women have gone to university and more women have entered the paid workforce. So why does the job market still look pink and blue?
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Equal Pay Coalition - Ontario | Ontario's gender pay gap is 31 per cent. The gap is much higher for women of colour, women with disabilities or Aboriginal women. But why?
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Redeye Collective | A new report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives looks at the effect of violence against women on women's equality. Author Kate McInturff says it has a very significant impact.
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The F Word | Interviews with poet and carpenter Kate Braid and with photo-based artist SD Holman.
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Kate McInturff | There is a nice little story tucked into the pages of Canada's Economic Action Plan 2013. It's a sweet tale of Thomas and Colleen and their two children.
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Hennessy's Index | The estimated annual lost income potential of Canadian women as a result of unequal income and labour force participation rates is $125.8 billion.