The Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) wants to offer our condolences to the families and communities whose children were found recently. When we heard the news, we were shaken by the incredible loss to the communities and to this country.
The Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre is shocked and horrified and demands justice after learning about the planned and premediated act of murder against a Muslim family in London, Ontario who were out for a walk on Sunday evening.
The report by the Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability found that, in 2020, 160 women and girls were killed in Canada. April was the deadliest month for women and girls in Canada, according to the report, with a total of 26 victims.
© Tiko Aramyan/Shutterstock The first major changes to Canada's Divorce Act come into effect Monday. Among other changes, the Act now [...]
International Women's Day event is now free of charge! Click here for your ticket. An interactive event for women and men to [...]
For nearly two decades, Rhonelle Bruder didn’t talk about the indignities she suffered as a teen victim of human trafficking. Fear and stigma kept it quiet.
Buffoonish mooning of photographer just the latest episode in a history of harassment directed toward local journalists
Most of the time, folks enjoy getting their picture in the paper. Often it’s a keepsake, and you buy an extra copy to give to your mother. That may not be the case today.
2020 UNiTE Campaign Theme: "Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect!" The UN System’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence activities, [...]
This is part one in a series looking at women in politics and what the landscape is like for them in Niagara. From online trolls to misogyny around the council, attempts are sometimes made to minimize the voice of women. This is an opportunity for them to have #HerSay.
By Heather McGregor Before the pandemic began, one out of five children in Toronto grew up in poverty. Six months later, the situation [...]