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A modern harassment policy for the House of Assembly could help change the political culture of this province

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The provincial government of Newfoundland and Labrador is moving to establish a new harassment policy to apply specifically to elected officials within the House of Assembly—for the fall of this year. This policy comes on the heels of three accusations of harassment against two cabinet ministers. Both Eddie Joyce and Dale Kirby have been removed from cabinet and caucus following harassment and bullying accusations. They remain on paid leave until an investigation has been conducted and a report is made. Both ministers had requested leave from the House for an unspecified amount of time and were approved with pay. In the absence of a harassment policy specific to the provincial legislature, complaints are currently being directed to the Commissioner of Legislative Standards, Bruce Chaulk, who has stated he will be hiring an independent investigator to assess them (where he deems that an investigation is warranted). Under the rules governing the…

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Time to discuss ideas, not barriers: Women in St. John’s election

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Candidates say while they face gender-based barriers to running for public office, during election campaigns isn’t the time to focus on that. They want to talk ideas.

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The song that never ends: About men and women in tech

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The recent “Google memo” reminds us that we need to start thinking about gender in STEM differently.

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Women’s March on Washington elicits solidarity from Labrador, St. John’s

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“This behaviour will not be tolerated amongst our leaders here in Canada,” says speaker during St. John’s event.

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Navigating sexism within a class divide

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Cathy Bennett recently came out about the unfair sexist harassment she received, but it’s a more tangled mess than it seems.

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Local radio host “no longer employed” with station after sexist tweets

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“You’d get more viewers if you were stripping,” Coast 101.1 FM radio host Joel North told a young St. John’s woman on Twitter.

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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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Time to close the wage gap

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Women in Newfoundland and Labrador are more likely to be university educated and substantially more employed than men in the province, yet face higher rates of poverty and lower rates of pay.

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“Don’t be Trashy”: Unpacking St. John’s new recycling campaign

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The City’s latest effort to encourage recycling reveals deeper issues with the way women are engaged in municipal politics and programming.

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Canada’s legal system is sexist and broken

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The Ghomeshi ruling is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Why the nationalism debate needs to stop being dominated by white men

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A recent panel on Newfoundland nationalism at MUN reveals the stale nature of the debate.

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Living in the Ultimate Boys’ Club

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No triumph over sexism and harassment is insignificant, as we recently saw in Spaniard’s Bay. But the fight against patriarchy is global — and it’s far from over.

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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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Dress codes devalue women’s voices and sexualize children

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If the skin of teenage girls makes you feel sexually uncomfortable, then you have a problem.

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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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Media, sexism and society

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A challenging relationship that we need to rethink

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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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How long must the ink bleed?

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Challenges faced by women in the workforce show feminism is just as important now as ever

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