Topic: idle no more


womensforum

Participate in the 2014 Women’s Forum des femmes

Friends, This Thursday, I will host the third annual Women’s Forum des femmes in Ottawa. The past two years have set the foundation, leading ... [ more ]

Friends, This Thursday, I will host the third annual Women’s Forum des femmes in ... [ more ]

Friends, This Thursday, I will host the third annual Women’s Forum des femmes in Ottawa. The past two years ... [ more ]

Women’s Forum/Forum Des Femmes Morning

by Jarrah Hodge Women’s Forum des Femmes kicks off in the Government Conference Centre just across from Parliament Hill, with Official Opposition Critic for ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Women’s Forum des Femmes kicks off in the Government Conference Centre ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Women’s Forum des Femmes kicks off in the Government Conference Centre just across from Parliament Hill, ... [ more ]

Being an Ally Starts with Speaking Up

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of post-secondary education and a part-time job that got me little ... [ more ]

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of ... [ more ]

by Kirsten Barkved Sometime in my early twenties, in between my first year of post-secondary education and a part-time ... [ more ]

Occupying Love

by Jarrah Hodge When B.C. filmmaker Velcrow Ripper started making Occupy Love in 2009, some of his activist friends weren’t sure what to make ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge When B.C. filmmaker Velcrow Ripper started making Occupy Love in 2009, ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge When B.C. filmmaker Velcrow Ripper started making Occupy Love in 2009, some of his activist friends ... [ more ]

#IdleNoMore: Indigenous Women Spark a Movement

by Jarrah Hodge When four women from Saskatchewan – Nina Wilson, Sylvia McAdam, Jessica Gordon & Sheelah McLean – came together to oppose Bill C-45 in ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge When four women from Saskatchewan – Nina Wilson, Sylvia McAdam, Jessica Gordon ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge When four women from Saskatchewan – Nina Wilson, Sylvia McAdam, Jessica Gordon & Sheelah McLean – came ... [ more ]