We’re not the only ones who celebrate Purple Day!

Purple Day is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. On March 26th annually, people in...
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Parlez-vous français?

March 20 marks International Francophonie Day to commemorate the signing of the Niamey Convention in Niger on March 20, 1970...
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Public pensions are more stable than we think

  “Pension funds are wildly unsustainable,” says the Toronto Sun. The National Post stated there is a “problem of unaffordable...
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TORONTO STAR: Let’s pay better for ‘care work,’ activists urge

From the Toronto Star: Want to end precarious employment? Make care work the new manufacturing sector. That’s the message prominent...
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International Women’s Day: Why does it matter?

International Women’s Day has been celebrated since 1917 and yes, amazing strides have been accomplished over the period. Yet almost...
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No tax on tampons! The campaign to remove GST on menstruation products

A group of Canadian feminists is raising money to shoot a video about the campaign to remove the GST on...
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It’s not easy being a PhD

  A lot of people think professors have a great life. That they live and work in cushy ivory tower...
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Wakey, wakey!

If you’re like me, the clocks may have sprung forward over the weekend, but there was no spring in my...
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PRESS RELEASE: Leaders Mary Kay Henry and Sharleen Stewart to meet with Ontario Premier on women’s issues

SEIU focusing on raising women up Leaders Mary Kay Henry and Sharleen Stewart to deliver remarks at women’s conference and...
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Resounding Win At Revera Home Health Windsor

300 homecare workers from Revera Home Health in Windsor, turned into activists for their own cause and the result of...
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