When she was 11 years old, Robyn Hamlyn of Kingston watched a film at school about the world’s dire water situation and announced to her mother that she wanted to do something to fix it. Her mother suggested she write Continue reading “What can I do to fix it?”
The decision of Doug the Grinch Ford’s government to slash $133 million from Legal Aid Ontario’s (LAO) budget earlier this year had immediate and far-reaching consequences for thousands of low-income Ontarians needing legal services and those providing those services. A Continue reading Doug the Grinch (x 2)
When Kristin Howell and Greg Moss completed the birth registration form for their newborn son a few weeks ago and submitted it to Nova Scotia’s vital statistics department, they thought that job was done. But, because Kristin and Greg aren’t Continue reading Does the difference matter?
Today is the 30th anniversary of the Montreal massacre, and the misogyny-caused deaths of women continue. Here is just one story. On November 5th, Michele Messina (MM) killed herself in Quebec’s Leclerc Prison. She was a woman fleeing abuse who, Continue reading Death sentence for mothering