May Day, International Workers’ Day, takes on greater importance every year, as we see hard-won workers’ rights being taken away by increasingly regressive and repressive governments around the world. This year, May Day marks the 100th anniversary of the Winnipeg Continue reading Workers of the world, unite!
My taste in parties is pretty tame: some good live music with friends, a joint or two, tasty food and home to bed before midnight is a combination that makes me happy. In other words, I am unlikely to find Continue reading Making consent fun
It’s too bad that Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott didn’t know about The Cooper Review before they took on the Prime Minister. Created in 2014 by comedian Sarah Cooper, the website provides a satirical look at office and business life. Continue reading Emojis and moustaches
The King Edward Hotel in downtown Toronto is not a usual hangout for violence against women types. Nonetheless, on April 17th, Luke’s Place Executive Director, Carol Barkwell and I, along with four of the founding sisters of Luke’s Place got Continue reading Empowerment over disempowerment