June has been a momentous month for gender equality in Canada.
For the first time in over a decade, Canada has no women provincial leaders.
Sexual harassment and abuse are pushing women out of Canadian politics. A new group headed up by young women hopes to change the culture in order to keep them there.
Dying as a woman is different than dying because you are a woman—but we lack the scientifically sound and comparable data on femicide we need to prevent the most extreme form of gender-based violence.
Canadian Senator Mobina Jaffer’s life and career capture the spirit and essence of International Women’s Day. We talked to her about her experiences as a female envoy and mediator and her persistent struggle to ensure women’s participation in peace-making.
On Valentine’s Day, activists in Fargo, Minneapolis, Vancouver, Rapid City, S.D., Toronto and Seattle organized marches and vigils for victims of violence who are too often forgotten.
Elizabeth May—the leader of the federal Green Party and sole Green Member of Parliament (MP)—wants more female company.
In a move that elevates women’s role in the prevention and resolution of conflict globally, Clare Hutchinson has been appointed as NATO’s Special Representative for women, peace and security.
The notion that girls are treated equally as boys and that girl power stories are the norm does not line up with the reality of everyday sexism in America. A new study is proof.
Canada has unveiled plans to introduce a “feminist international assistance policy” that will see at least 95 percent of Canadian foreign aid allocated to help women and girls by 2021.