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Rise up! International Women’s Day Toronto march – Rabble.ca

March 8, 2016 Like this article? rabble is reader-supported journalism. Chip in to keep stories like these coming. On Saturday March 5, thousands of people took to the streets of Toronto for the International Women’s Day 2016 Rally, Fair and March. The march was part of a global day on March 8 celebrating the achievements […]

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Canada’s Gender Pay Gap: Why Canadian Women Still Earn Less Than Men – Huffington Post Canada

March 8 marks International Women’s Day (IWD), a day meant to celebrate women’s global achievements, but also tackle some of the biggest issues that hold them back. This year, the IWD’s main focus is to accelerate gender parity, something The World Economic Forum believes won’t happen until 2133. According to a new report from Statistics […]

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Parks Canada juggles competing claims to Franklin shipwrecks – CBC

Mar 08, 2016 Discovery of HMS Erebus wreck in Arctic waters produced dazzling objects — and ownership claims Parks Canada has been in a tug of war with the government of Nunavut about who controls artifacts from the sunken Sir John Franklin ships in Arctic waters — and so far Nunavut is winning. Nunavut officials […]

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Carol Hansell to chair new business advisory council and other legal moves and grooves for March 16 – Financial Post

March 8, 2016 Carol Hansell chairs Ontario new Business Law Advisory Council The Ontario government has appointed Hansell LLP co-founder Carol Hansell, a corporate governance expert, as chair of its new Business Law Advisory Council. The Council was created pursuant to the recommendations of the Business Law Agenda Stakeholder Panel, of which Hansell was a […]

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Six women who made Toronto more just – Thestar.com

An exhibit opening on International Women’s Day celebrates local women who fought for a more equitable Toronto and world. A pop-up exhibit is set to traverse the city celebrating local women who fought inequality. Titled “Toronto the Just” and launching on International Women’s Day, the display explores their battles for equity on all fronts. Here […]

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Nurses’ union warns patients will pay price for Midland hospital cutbacks – Simcoe County

LETTER – I am writing to alert residents of Midland that proposed changes to Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH) will adversely impact their quality of health care. The LHIN recently funded a study which made 108 recommendations. The registered nurses at GBGH are extremely alarmed that some of those changes would cause increased suffering, and […]

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Climate change concerns to unite Trudeau, Obama at White House – The Globe and Mail

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to endorse a joint approach to combatting Arctic climate change as part of a broad continental environmental strategy when he meets President Barack Obama at the White House later this week. The two leaders are expected to announce measures to protect sensitive marine areas, bring solar and wind power […]

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Housing identified as top priority for aboriginal community – TheSpec.com

Housing and mobility are the top priority for Hamilton’s aboriginal community, identified at a meeting hosted by the Hamilton Executive Directors’ Aboriginal Coalition on Monday night. But HEDAC will work to address all four of its strategic priorities — which include food security, child welfare and young adults, as well as justice and advocacy — […]

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Gary Lipinski announces retirement as Metis Nation of Ontario president – Tbnewswatch.com

The Metis Nation of Ontario president is retiring after eight years leading the organization. Gary Lipinski announced Monday he will not be seeking re-election in May to continue leading the MNO. “It has been a great honour to work and serve our Metis citizens but I want to spend a little more time with the […]

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163,000 reasons why Cindy Blackstock keeps fighting for kids – CBC

Child advocate Cindy Blackstock said she has 163,000 reasons why she keeps fighting for the rights of Indigenous children. And each one of them has a name and a family. What is her one wish for First Nations children? “I really am hoping we can create a social movement so that we can raise a […]

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