Blog
Tania Ehret | On Valentine's Day -- with snow in forecast -- the Downtown Eastside community comes together to honour and grieve the lives of women, missing and taken too soon, and recommit to justice.
Podcast
GroundWire | On this week's GroundWire: responses to Winnipeg's status as most racist city, Audrey Siegl physically attacked by police at #ShutDownCanada Vancouver, Women's Memorial March.
Columnists
Harsha Walia | Harsha Walia hosted a roundtable with four Indigenous women leaders who have been taking action against colonial gendered violence for decades. Here is the second part of that conversation.
Columnists
Harsha Walia | In advance of this year's 25th Women's Memorial March, Harsha Walia hosted a roundtable with four Indigenous women leaders who have been taking action against colonial gendered violence for decades.
Blog
Marlene George | Along with hundreds of other women across Canada, Marlene George marches on February 14. In this piece she tells us why.
Blog
Angela Marie MacDougall | In January 1991 a woman was murdered on Powell Street in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories. Out of a sense of grief, hopelessness and anger the February 14 Women's Memorial March was ignited.
News
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.
News
The Women's Memorial March takes place in Victoria Feb. 14.
Gina Starblanket and Sinéad Charbonneau | Violence against Indigenous women implicates all people who make their home in today's "Canada." There are over 600 missing and murdered Indigenous women in "Canada."
RabbleTV
Alejandro Zuluaga | "Survival, Strength, Sisterhood" is a short film that documents the 20 year history of the annual women's memorial march for missing and murdered women in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories.