When I was a kid, my siblings and I were expected to do chores around the house. For most of my growing up years, there were four girls and one boy in my family (my youngest brother did not arrive Continue reading Entrenching gender roles early
Sleeping cots set up in the House of Commons, MPs wearing sweatshirts in the House, interviews with Maclean’s magazine, twitter wars, moves to sit as an Independent, a looming federal election: Justin Trudeau must wake up most mornings wishing SNC-Lavalin Continue reading Speaking up and speaking out
Two back to back encounters on the weekend had me thinking about the recent announcements about education “reform” from Doug Ford’s government for the people. First, was a conversation I had with my seven-year-old grandson. He was playing a game Continue reading Education for the people?
International Women’s Day has dawned bright and sunny in San Miguel. I am choosing to interpret that as a sign of a more positive year ahead for women than the one just behind us. This year, I want to reflect Continue reading IWD reflections, 2019