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

Author: Emma Partridge

Emma Partridge

Emma Partridge was the Marketing Coordinator for the Canadian Women’s Foundation.

5 Films to Watch for Indigenous History Month

A roll of film

It’s National Indigenous History Month in Canada, so we’ve compiled a list of must-see films by Indigenous women filmmakers that are sure to inspire. Watch them this month and beyond 

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Le travail inquiétant des femmes dans la pandémie COVID-19

Au Canada, les femmes sont nettement plus inquiètes que les hommes au sujet de la crise COVID-19. Par exemple, un récent sondage réalisé par Abacus Data a révélé que 49 % des femmes ont déclaré se sentir “très inquiètes” de l’épidémie, contre 33 % des hommes. Trente-sept pour cent des hommes ont déclaré qu’ils n’étaient “pas du tout inquiets” ou “peu inquiets” à propos de l’épidémie.

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Women’s Worry Work in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Women in Canada are significantly more worried about the COVID-19 crisis than men. For example, a recent poll by Abacus Data found that 49 per cent of women reported feeling “very worried” about the outbreak, compared to 33 per cent of men. Thirty-seven per cent of men said they are “not worried at all” or “worried only a little” about the outbreak.

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Four Things Robyn Doolittle Has to Say About #MeToo

A split screen photo with author Robyn Doolittle on the left and her book cover Had it Coming on the right

In her second book, Robyn explores the impact of the #MeToo movement in Canada. Here are four key takeaways from the book.

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