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Driving women out

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How MUN’s reliance on contract labour is creating a hostile environment for female professors.

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A Woman’s Almanac revived after two decade hiatus

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Thirty years after the first edition was published, and 20 years after the last, ‘A Woman’s Almanac’ is back to document the diversity of struggles and achievements by women in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Budget backlash continues with anti-violence protest

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Women’s rights advocates hold rally outside closed-door discussions on domestic violence at Confederation Building, say Budget 2016 puts women at risk.

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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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Liberals’ austerity budget will hit most vulnerable hardest

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Despite reassurances by government that all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians will share the burden of addressing the province’s $1.83 billion deficit, critics say the Liberals’ first round of austerity is disproportionately targeting the marginalized and least privileged first.

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Women are not a hazard to democracy

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Why is the prospect of unqualified females more terrifying than the status quo?

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Time for N.L. Liberals to take real action on gender equality

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Gender parity in cabinet would be a start.

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Wait now, I thought it was 2015?

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We’ve achieved gender parity in our federal cabinet, but will we see the same in N.L. following next week’s provincial election?

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Status of Women debate a historic first for N.L.

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Last Monday’s debate revealed the province’s three leaders know a lot about the problems, but are less clear on the solutions.

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Sexual harassment is not a “dead issue”

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A recent candidates’ debate for the federal riding of Avalon revealed just how entrenched sexism is in our political institutions, and how old boys’ clubs do no credit to anyone.

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St. John’s not so great for women, after all

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Improved methodology reveals St. John’s high ranking in 2014 gender gap study was premature.

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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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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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Dropping the weight that needs dropping

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Carrying the burden of poor body image

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Changing the discussion on sexual violence

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In order to change the statistics we need to change the conversation

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Expecting more from the Minister of Justice

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A tale of sexism, denial, and totally justifiable public outcry

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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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From breastfeeding to breasts and feeding

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Objectifying women’s bodies is not fair, to women or to babies

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