violence against women

Let’s finally call ‘violence against women’ what it really is

Anne Kingston: It’s been 30 years since Marc Lépine killed 14 women at Montreal’s École Polytechnique. Why have we not properly addressed violence against women?

Guns and white supremacists don’t mix

Pam Palmater: The rise of white nationalism happened so quickly in Canada that the government does not have a handle on the serious threat it poses to public safety

Maryam Monsef on the violence against women and girls crisis

The minister talks to Anne Kingston about the Liberals’ second annual report card on the gender-based violence strategy, and what still needs to be done

What the Renfrew County murders tell us about rural violence

How isolation, poverty and an abundance of weapons put women at risk

Amid niqab controversy, women ask Harper if they meet dress code

Rachel Browne on the hashtag #DressCodePM that lit up social media in an effort to parody the government’s stance on the niqab


Women like me

‘What would I report? That I went home with a man I barely knew and then, halfway through, he got crazy?’

The real danger for women on campus

Focusing on women and drinking ignores a serious reality: The student perpetrator who is a sexual offender


Witch hunters of the Himalayas

Gender violence hits lower-caste women of Nepal accused of being witches

‘They are part of us’

House to create committee to study violence against Aboriginal women

India on trial: Why is sexual violence so prevalent in the country?

And how the reaction to one brutal case may finally lead to change

What students are talking about today (December 7th edition)

Worst-ever Gangnam parody, gun control & pub trouble