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Frank Coleman and reproductive rights: step up or step out

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The PCs have put this province’s failing grade on abortion access on the agenda. Time to hear what they intend to do about it.

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Indy Newshour debuts on Keep Station Radio

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The Independent’s new radio show will stream Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. at keepstation.ca

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V-Day flash mob targets controversial Court closure

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On Friday, as part of the global ‘One Billion Rising’ day of action, demonstrators in St. John’s will call on the government to reinstate the Family Violence Intervention Court, which was cut in last year’s provincial budget

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Choosing words wisely

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All too often, people engage in sexual harassment without even realizing it, and that’s not okay either

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Status update

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Canadian feature documentary ‘Status Quo?’ zeroes in on key feminist concerns such as violence against women, access to abortion, and universal childcare, asking how much progress we have truly made on these issues.

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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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“St. John’s Women” on feminism, religion, children and life

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Local artist uses documentary filmmaking and dance to get to the heart of the matter for women living in St. John’s.

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Promoting gendered inequality

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Five years ago, the Flaherty-Harper government introduced income splitting for pensions. Designed to benefit only higher income earners, in 2009, 84% of the people who benefited were men.

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