Women Changing Cities

First Power's Donna Morton teaches marginalized youth social entrepreneurship

Donna Morton, BC social entrepreneur and Ashoka Fellow, launches SunDrum -- a youth education program to teach marginalized youth about social entrepreneurship through art, culture, and games.

Making Vancouver affordable for elderly women

Elderly women aren't a "drain" on society, but can add immense value to the community --if Vancouver changes to become more livable for them, said participants at the Women Changing Cities discussion.

Time for Canada to declare International Women's Day official holiday

March 8th marks the 101st International Women's Day - where would you like to be, and how would you like to celebrate?

At COPE meeting, RJ Aquino narrowly wins over Tim Louis

A packed meeting of over 300 members and another 50 onlookers gathered on Sunday for the Annual General Meeting of COPE (Coalition of Progressive Electors). The meeting was alive and...

Where are all the women in politics?

Canadian women are still underrepresented in local and national politics, even lagging behind countries such as South Africa and India.
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