Podcast
Dr. Dawn Memee Lavelle-Harvard.  Photo via queensu.ca
Frieda Werden | A talk by Dr. Dawn Memee Lavelle-Harvard, past president of the Native Women's Association of Canada.
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Sexual Assault
Christopher Majka | The Jian Ghomeshi trial has sparked a national conversation about sexual assault and the principles of justice. What can be done to build a just world while also adhering to the principles of justice?
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Susan Wright | One day before International Women's Day, let's take a moment to celebrate the career of a Canadian treasure: Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella.
Podcast
The Big Lie of Left/Right Politics
Daryn Caister | We reply to a listener email from a "non-typical right winger" on their complaints with us being happy that Keystone XL was cancelled.
News
Alyse Kotyk | Here's a New Year's resolution for you. Help end the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in custody. Here's how to support the TRC's recommendation #38.
Blog
DJ Larkin | Never before has a group of homeless Canadians been able to challenge the constitutionality of their treatment and displacement by a city's staff and police.
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Ella Bedard | The Senate may have passed anti-union Bill C-377, but the labour movement will continue to fight for labour rights in Canada. Here's how.
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rabbleTV | On June 15, Vice published a report by Lowell, a pop singer and former stripper, to meet with policymakers and law enforcement officials to discuss Bill C-36, Canada's new sex work law.
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Christina Gray | In a report that is the first of its kind, the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation evaluate Kinder Morgan's expansion proposal according to their principles and say no.
Podcast
Frieda Werden | What keeps governments from fulfilling their promises to women? Hear highlights from a panel on Institutional Mechanisms for Women's Equality, recorded at the UN in Geneva November 2015.
Blog
Elizabeth Shilton | The Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF) began working toward equality 30 years ago today. Time to look at what's been done and what still needs doing.
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Taylor S.J. | We are not entitled to know the explicit details of Cindy Gladue's passing. What we ought to find out is how the justice system could further dehumanize the sacred life of an Indigenous woman.