Project 97

Jonathan Vance: ‘I’m not satisfied at all with where we are at’

Noémi Mercier in conversation with the Chief of the Defence Staff of the Canadian Armed Forces on sexual assault and harassment in the military

Rehtaeh Parsons, Dalhousie and the wait for justice in Nova Scotia

The Parsons case is closed and the Dalhousie dentistry scandal is fading—but the disturbing questions they raised have yet to be answered

Interview: Kathleen Wynne on her $41M plan to combat misogyny

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne talks to Anne Kingston about an ambitious package of reforms

Are universities complicit in sexual violence?

‘The Hunting Ground,’ Kirby Dick’s new documentary on sexual violence at U.S. universities, shines a light on institutional problems and brave survivors

Lucy DeCoutere on nightmares, healing and the Jian Ghomeshi case

‘I refuse to be intimidated by a process that is designed to get the truth about something,’ complainant says of upcoming trial

Q&A: A mother’s journey through the perils of teen sexting

A mother speaks out about her daughter’s experience with teen sexting and why parents need to educate themselves about the law

Breaking the silence on sexual assault: Frat brothers speak out

Waterloo’s Theta Psi fraternity brothers seek to bust the myth that frats are bastions of debauchery and misogyny