Equality Day is celebrated across Canada on April 17 to mark the coming into force of the equality provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on April 17, 1985.
The USW has graded the three main federal parties on the issues that matter: foreign takeovers, leadership, women's equality and more.
Enough with blaming the victim. Enough with a culture that tells a woman to not dress in a way that would garner negative attention for looking like a slut. Time for men to change their behaviour.
Eleven indigenous Mayan Q'eqchi' women filed a lawsuit Monday against Canadian mining companies HMI Nickel, and its corporate owner, HudBay Minerals, for attacks in Guatemala.
Why criminalize polygamy when we have exploitation and abuse laws? What is different is the lack of charges for trafficking and child sexual abuse.
Pivot Legal Society
Harsha Walia, Vancouver DTES women's rights organizer, speaks about demands for women's safety in shelters in light of recent sexual assaults.
A new women-led non-profit called Afghans for Peace is actively creating a counter narrative to the myth that Afghan women are being liberated by the presence of NATO soldiers.
International Women's Week is celebrating its 100th anniversary, but the gender gap persists. The president of Times Change in Toronto describes how her women's employment service bridges the divide.
It’s easy to feel good about the history of women’s accomplishments. But there is so much left to do.
From the Northwest Territories: a cultural event for International Women's Day.