What Might a Basic Income Guarantee Mean for Women Living in Poverty in Canada? Money. Money for a single mom to buy clothing and healthy food for her kids and […]
Photo Credit: The Senate of Canada By Lynn Gehl, Ph.D. When Members of Parliament and Senators borrow, assimilate, or adopt gender-neutral language such as “unstated parentage” or “unnamed parent” when […]
By Melodie McCullough Preventing gender-based violence is a top priority of Maryam Monsef, newly-appointed federal Minister of the Status of Women, now and in the coming months. “It’s basic. Without […]
Wondering what toys to buy your children, nieces and nephews this Christmas that won’t send a stereotyped message? We’ve come across lots of suggestions to help you out, thanks to […]
Camp fYrefly For LGBTQ Youth Is A “life-saver”. . . And It’s Coming To Trent University, Peterborough, This Summer.
By the age of four, transgender youth Marissa Taylor was already having suicidal thoughts. ‘I want to die so I can go to heaven and talk to God. I […]
From Rejection to Acceptance – a Trans Person’s Story of How CMHA’S GENDER JOURNEYS Throws a Life-Line to Trans’ Communities
By Melodie McCullough “I’m sorry, but you’re just not a good fit.” Stacey Love-Jolicoeur does not like those words. In fact, she hates them. As a certified paramedic, a certified […]