In his annual January 1st mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Frances provided an ode to motherhood; something that rings a bit hollow given his positions on other issues including abortion and the ordination of women as well as his Continue reading Pope Francis loves mothers
Perhaps more than ever before, feminists need to stand up, speak up and speak out. Whether we are concerned about issues at the community, provincial, national or international level, feminist voices must be part of the conversations that are taking Continue reading Speaking up, speaking out
“Canada-Saudi spat highlights peril of Twitter diplomacy” “Trudeau rebuffs Saudi call for an apology as diplomatic spat escalates” These two recent CBC News online headlines left me scratching my head. Spat? Surely that describes an argument between two kids in Continue reading A spat?
As I raced against the clock to complete my tax return by the April 30th deadline, I was reminded that, while I make a reasonable income, many women do not. The wage gap between women and men remains pretty much Continue reading Money, money, money . . .