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J. Baglow | If the polls hold, the NDP is going to win. So why aren't I cheering?
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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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Cyndi Mayhew | What does one white male moderator, three white male "experts" and three white male party leaders get you? The Maclean's debate.
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Doreen Nicoll | The International Women's Rights Project has created a 2015 Voters Guide on Women's Issues that's worth reading.
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Kathleen Fraser, Jill Piebiak | Menstruation products are subject to GST even though they are essential for many Canadians. This underlines the fact that many Canadians who menstruate already face systemic economic disadvantages.
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Christine O'Fallon | The Vancouver election is on November 15. Who's to say whether anything real will happen once the elections are over and done with? That's where the Hot Pink Paper Campaign comes in!
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Mercedes Allen | Believing women is the first part of the discussion about Jian Ghomeshi. If you believe women, then you must also take a harder look at gender, power exchange and entitlement.
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Judy Rebick | John Tory isn't the only option to beat Doug Ford. If progressive women, people of colour and young people get out to vote, Olivia Chow can win. Here's why Judy Rebick thinks it's worth it.
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Michele Landsberg | John Tory and Doug Ford sit idly by as racist and sexist comments are hurled at Olivia Chow. Tory and Ford ignore women's issues, while Chow continues to fight for them. What gives?
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Meg Borthwick | This year's CLC convention saw women play a pivotal role in determining the outcome of the convention. Here, several women labour union leaders weigh in on the transformative experience.
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Azeezah Kanji | Controversial author Irshad Manji claims multiculturalism is a policy that prevents interrogation of misogynistic cultural practices, endangering women's lives and well-being. Do you agree?
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Megan Stacey | This week's Activist Toolkit roundup focuses on tools to support women in different places and spaces and networks around the world.