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What’s your best leadership quality?

Elder Mae Louise In every issue of SHE Magazine, we pose “THE BIG QUESTION.” In our next issue, our question is: “What’s your own best leadership quality?”

Here are the thought-provoking answers from five members of our Task Force on Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada:

Elder Mae Louise Campbell, Grandmother Moon Lodge, Winnipeg, MB

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Are We There Yet?

Top earners in Canada

 

With so much attention on female celebrities who call themselves feminist and high-profile female CEOs like Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg, it’s easy to believe the glass ceiling has finally been shattered.

Is it possible we’ve finally achieved gender equality?

We decided to crunch some numbers to find out. 

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Resources for women living with violence

call 911 if in immediate danger Do you know someone who is living with violence? You are not alone. Two thirds of Canadians know a woman who has experienced physical or sexual violence.

If you know a woman who is experiencing violence or if you are experiencing violence, the below resources may be of assistance. You can also access these resources and more tips for how to help a woman who has experienced abuse in our Avon Tip Sheet.

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Do you know someone who is living with violence?

Woman looking out the windowEvery six days, another woman in Canada is murdered by her current or former partner. Every night, more than 3,300 women (along with their 3,000 children) are forced to sleep in a women’s shelter or transition house because it’s not safe for them at home.

Do you know someone who is living with violence? You are not alone. Two thirds of Canadians know a woman who has experienced physical or sexual violence.

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