It is June, and wedding season is upon us. As I do every year at this time, I find myself pondering why so many heterosexual women take their new spouse’s surname when they get married. I got married when I Continue reading What’s in a name?
Did a family court judge in Hamilton overstep the proper boundaries of his position when he made extensive remarks in a decision ostensibly about a woman’s application for a restraining order against her husband? As reported by the Toronto Star Continue reading Can a judge go too far?
Many survivors of sexual assault who engage with the criminal system feel like they have entered a maze from which they may never emerge. On June 6th, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould introduced Bill C-51, which will update a number of Continue reading Bill C-51: A good start, but not enough
In his recent column on the CBC news website, Neil Macdonald writes that trans rights issues have resulted in a convergence between the far right and the far left. His comments are based on presentations made to the Senate committee Continue reading Trans rights and feminism