In Canada, more than two million informal caregivers, the majority of whom are women, provide care to elders.
Have you noticed that a lot of conversations about female empowerment today seem to be stuck in a discourse of choice that makes it difficult to challenge—well, anything at all?
It’s April 2011, and in the dark of a very small room about 70 people are watching porn together.
I'm standing beside the cash at a popular Montreal knitting shop, and giant beads of sweat are rolling down my face.
Three years ago, when I was an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia, I cut classes for a week to attend a feminist retreat in Quebec.
Daphne Odjig’s career as an artist and her ongoing work as an advocate for Aboriginal artists, women and children has been a lifelong story of inspiration.
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