As U.S. President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court seemed to be reaching a controversial conclusion last week, a remarkable encounter took place on live TV.
Oct 6, 2018 to Oct 8, 2018
International Village / GoldCorp theatre
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Kim O’Bomsawin’s new documentary, Quiet Killing, is a story of resilience that carries a vital message about Indigenous women’s right to safety and justice.
To distract from the glaring failure to prioritize child care over warfare and housing over drones and new bombers, the Liberals continue to dance about the global stage as self-proclaimed feminists.
From women's control over their own reproductive rights, to sexual assault and abuse, we'll know we have made progress when women's bodies are no longer a battleground in the U.S.
From fiction to the media, portrayals of student-teacher relationships tend to favour the perspective of the older, more powerful party.
As Canada celebrates its first ever Gender Equality Week from Sept. 23-29, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is calling on the provincial government to introduce wage equity legislation
As Vancouver gears up for its 2018 election on October 20, local women's organization Women Transforming Cities launch their Hot Pink Paper on women-friendly policies in municipal politics.
Artist Line Dufour has immortalized the images of Ontario victims of sexual violence in 24 jacquard woven shrouds imbued with memory and feelings.
Canadian organizations have signed on supporting rights of women’s rights activists Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sada, and commend Minister Freeland for her uncompromising stand for human rights.
Director Gail Harvey and producer Marina Cordoni talk about the cement ceiling for women, hard work, collaboration, pushing boundaries, and challenges women in the film industry face.