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Ignorance is not bliss

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We are all accountable to Loretta Saunders

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The costs of hyper-masculinity

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Adding them up, and then taking them away

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Memorial University’s D-Day mug debacle: A fine line to trip over

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Whether preserved through traditions or perpetuated by pop culture, sexism and the objectification of women are wrong, and their acceptance is holding us back.

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Abortion in Canada: Good legal principles, bad political faith

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Legally speaking, we live in the world’s most liberal abortion regime. So why do so many women struggle for access to this basic health service?

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Tiny Tim needed more than turkey

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…and so do a growing number of Canadians

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Women being shut out of provincial election?

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So far all three parties are seeing significantly lower numbers of women candidates coming forward for the October provincial election

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Newfoundland and Labrador women represent at Women’s Worlds

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Voices and experiences of women in communities around the world

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Supply & Demand: The politics of Newfoundland and Labrador’s labour ‘shortage’

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Part 1: “There’s always work…but nobody willing to hire”

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Politics trumps gender

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“Mr. Speaker, when I was sworn in as premier of this province comments made by people around this province, and particularly [Michael] spoke to the fact that there were three women leaders and that things would be done differently.” This was Premier Dunderdale’s response to some hard-line questioning by the NDP leader Lorraine Michael in the House of Assembly. We’re not sure what “differently” is supposed to mean, but we sure hope Ms. Dunderdale wasn’t hoping to avoid answering tough questions.

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