COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Is Gender-Relevant Universal Basic Income Possible?

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Universal Basic Income is not a new idea, but the conversation has come to the forefront due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here in Canada, advocates of a universal income pilot have argued that it would cost the government less than CERB benefits. 


Discussing our Feminist Futures with Elizabeth Renzetti

Journalist Elizabeth Renzetti

In a recent Facebook Live chat, we caught up with Elizabeth Renzetti, Globe & Mail columnist, author, and the winner of the 2020 Landsberg Award.


Stepping Into My Power

A woman writes with a pen

In a grade twelve writer’s craft class, I wrote the story of my experience of sexual violence. Looking back at it now, I can see that I was filled with so much animosity towards my loved ones. But after taking a year off school and attending therapy, I’ve been working on healing from one of my greatest traumas.


Innovating and Adapting to COVID-19 with WEST of Windsor

A photo of Rose Hurst

When COVID-19 hit, WEST of Windsor knew they had to find a way to quickly adapt to meet the needs of their community. We spoke to their Executive Director, Rose Hurst, about how they’re continuing to train and employ people during this challenging time.  


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