All elections are important, but the 2018 provincial election in Ontario seems especially significant. Three parties – the Greens, the NDP and the Liberals – while holding different values and putting forward different platforms – offer us the opportunity to Continue reading Election 2018: What’s at stake?
There is something about Mothers’ Day that can make a woman who has decided not to have children feel lacking in some essential way. After all, don’t all women want to be mothers? As Jody Day, author of a self-help Continue reading What? No children?
Canada’s first federal prison for women opened in Kingston in 1934. Known by most simply as P4W, it housed women who had received federal sentences (any sentence over two years long) from across the country and was part of the Continue reading Gone but not forgotten
So said Erika Rosenbaum, a Canadian actor who spoke out last fall about Harvey Weinstein’s “inappropriate behaviour” towards her, when she commented recently on the guilty verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case. The verdict has elicited similar responses Continue reading “This is a victory for all of us.”