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Maya Rolbin-Ghanie | Montreal is one of several cities that will march this February 14th. In this piece Maya Rolbin-Ghanie tells why.
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Harrison Samphir | Canada's rejection of a comprehensive national review of violence against Indigenous women should be regarded as a disgrace. In the face of international criticism, it is also telling.
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Vancouver's 22nd Annual Women's Memorial March. (Photo: David P. Ball)
Krystalline Kraus | Indigenous communities, together with their mainstream Canadian allies, march every Valentine's Day in support of their disappeared women.
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Redeye Collective | A report released on November 19 by three public interest groups says that the inquiry led by Wally Oppal was an absolute failure.
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Native Women’s Association of Canada | The resignation of Ms. Robyn Gervais from the position of Independent Counsel for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry confirms the failure of the inquiry process.
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Meghan Murphy | Based on recent reports of members of the VPD using pornography at work, could it be time to make some connections between violence against women, male power, and the objectification of women?
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Krystalline Kraus | The basics of colonization: To destroy a culture, you must destroy the children. You destroy the children by taking their mothers.
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Photo by David P. Ball
David P. Ball | Thousands of people marched yesterday in honour of missing and murdered women, with memorial events across Canada. The Left Coast Post spoke to Vancouver counsellor Carol Martin.
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Manuel Schulte | Corinthia Kelly explains why community groups are not participating in the Missing Women's Inquiry, which she says has become a finger-pointing exercise between the Vancouver Police and the RCMP.
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Women's Memorial March. Artwork courtesy of Christiane Bordier
Fathima Cader | How is it -- simultaneous with a Missing Women inquiry -- that this nation has learned the names of Zainab, Sahari, and Geeti Shafia, as the only newsworthy examples of women murdered in Canada?
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Audrey Huntley | Activist Audrey Huntley reflects on the shameful reality of the way in which violence against Indigenous women is normalized in our society, and describes movement-building across Canada.
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Manuel Schulte | Legal scholar and lawyer Mary Eberts says a public inquiry such as the Missing Women Inquiry can play a vital role in uncovering deeper issues in society.