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Telling the story of harassment in the RCMP

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On February 1, former RCMP Constable Janet Merlo spoke to a packed gathering hosted by the Department of Gender Studies at Memorial University about her experience of sexual harassment in the force. The harassment she along with thousands of other women in the RCMP experienced became the subject of a class action suit that was settled out of court last year. Her story, which is outlined in detail in her own book No One To Tell: Breaking My Silence on Life in the RCMP, is a powerful one that tackles a misogyny still deeply rooted in many workplaces, and one we thought we should share. Merlo looks out across campus, reminiscing about her days as a student and how much the university landscape has changed. An alumni of Squires House, she fondly recalls some of the antics of residence life. Joining the RCMP was not a career move she’d planned…

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The ‘burkini’: What will you be wearing to the beach this season?

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When women are fined for what they wear, there is no freedom of choice.

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Whose job is it to call out workplace sexism and harassment?

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It should not be left up to the target of harassment to have to fight for their rights.

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Promoting misogyny and sexual exploitation on George Street

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It’s time for commercialized sexism and the clubs that support it to be shut down once and for all.

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Catcalling is not a compliment — it’s harassment

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A few tips for responding to street harassers.

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An International Women’s Day reflection

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There are a lot of unhappy facts to face when it comes to gender equality. But there is also hope.

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A kick in the teeth

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Senior dentistry students at Dalhousie University abuse women online, and the university administration seems more concerned with protecting them than addressing the problem of woman-hating on campus.

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Jian Ghomeshi: a parent’s view

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Is it possible to raise respectful men?

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Ouate de Phoque

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The seal hunt’s on my mind. But not for the reason you might think.

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The SMU controversy: How not to do things with words

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The “words are not actions” defense is misguided, and here’s why…

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Why we should call things by their name

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The case of Amanda Todd: not just about bullying

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