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International Women's Day
MPs say gender equality not just a dream on International Women's Day 2014
“Every year we make advances. Every year we celebrate. But we have to recognize the ground that others want to take away from us. In these halls of parliament we gather to celebrate...
Mar 7th, 2014
Women in Canadian politics and media infographics
On International Women's Day, here is a look at how women stand in politics and media.
Mar 8th, 2012
Canadian Women's Foundation fights poverty, violence against women, and 'sexual slavery'
Women in Canada are taking the lead in making change, says the Canadian Women's Foundation – from ending 'sexual slavery' to addressing poverty and relationship violence – but not without controversy.
David P. Ball
Mar 8th, 2012
International Women's Day: Wangari Maathai's story goes on through Wangari Maathai Day
As International Women's Day approaches, the African Union has announced that March 3rd, Africa Environment Day, will "henceforth be conjunction with remembering Prof. Wangari Maathai." Calling...
Linda Solomon Wood
Jan 29th, 2008
At International Women's Day event, Judy Rebick examines feminism in the age of Occupy
The VDLC welcomed Canadian feminist activist and author Judy Rebick to its annual International Women's Day dinner, which looked at feminism in the age of the Occupy movement.
Mar 3rd, 2012
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?
Mar 1st, 2012
Time for women's groups to stand up for "Lost Canadian" war bride children
International Women's Day should be an opportunity to recognize Canadian citizenship for war brides.
Mar 4th, 2011