Womens Right

Why Are Women Still Not Taken Seriously?

Brenden Johnstone | Posted 10.08.2013 | Canada Politics
Brenden Johnstone

We have a government that thinks women's issues are topics for social teas and the patron of gala fundraisers. It's the same government who's cabinet is bolstering a low 30 per cent women and it's the same Cabinet that features 0 women in senior economic portfolios. It's time for a serious change.

Pro-Choice or Pro-Life, Canada Needs a Clear Ruling on Abortion

Brent Rathgeber | Posted 11.26.2012 | Canada Politics
Brent Rathgeber

One of the most contentious issues facing the 41st Parliament is Motion 312. My feelings on the abortion issue are complex and have evolved over time. I have come to the conclusion after years of deliberation and inner debate that I am both Pro-Choice and Pro-Life.

Sorry, But These Aren't "Everyone's Games" Yet

Kolby Solinsky | Posted 10.13.2012 | Canada
Kolby Solinsky

2012-07-25-olympicbanner.pngIt's been called the Games for everybody. But, this is not true. Women are not equal to men in the Olympics, and it needs to be fixed. It can't be lied about, or glorified for what it isn't. The Olympics are not equal, and to insist they are is insulting to equality and women. We've made strides, but not enough. If it's only a good start, then it should only be reported as a good start.

P.E.I.'s Barrier To Abortions Costing Province

CBC | Posted 01.22.2012 | Canada Living

The P.E.I. government needs to consider all the costs when making arguments about not providing abortion services in the province, says the Canadian C...