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NSERC / CRSNG Dec 6
Thirty years ago today, 14 female engineering students were killed because they were women at École polytechnique de Montréal. Let’s all work together to ensure everyone is safe and welcomed to work and study in the field of their choice.
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Women NB Dec 5
We remember the 14 young women whose lives tragically ended 30 years ago on , 1989.
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Maryam Monsef Nov 25
We know that , which is why it is the theme of this year’s campaign. No one person or government can end gender-based violence alone—it will take all of us to create safe homes, communities, and workplaces.
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Peel District School Board Dec 6
Today, Dec. 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. Flags at all Peel schools and work sites are lowered to half-mast in honour of those who lost their lives. Let’s reflect & continue to speak out against gender-based violence.
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Senate of Canada Dec 6
Today, the flag on the Peace Tower will be flown at half-mast until sunset to mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
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Harkirat Singh Nov 25
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Violence against women continues to be an obstacle in achieving equality today. 1 in 3 women experience physical or sexual violence. We must not be silent on this very serious issue.
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ONVSP Dec 6
Let us not forget the lives of the 14 young women cut violently short. Speak up against violence towards women & create a culture of respect, as the tragic events of this day continue to be more relevant than ever as genderbased violence remains prevalent today.
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National Arts Centre Dec 6
30 years after the , our Kipnes Lantern will honour the memory of the 14 women and we will mark the National Day of Remembrance & Actions on violence against women with a vigil.
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HWDSB Dec 6
On Dec. 6, 1989, 14 people were murdered at l'École Polytechnique because they were women. This act of hatred must be the engine of action. We remember them today on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
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Candice O'Grady Dec 6
“They say ‘Hurt people hurt people’ but really, hurt MEN hurt people. Hurt women most often hurt themselves.”
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DPCDSB Dec 6
Today, flags at all DPCDSB schools and facilities will be lowered to half-staff to mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. It is a time to take action and speak up against acts of gender-based violence.
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Engineers Canada Dec 5
As our panellists reflected on the impacts that the Montreal Massacre had on women in engineering, they discussed the important role that mentors play in making the engineering profession more diverse and inclusive.
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Bonnie Crombie 🇨🇦 Dec 6
December 6 marks 30 years since the l'École Polytechnique massacre, where 14 young women were murdered because of their gender. Violence will never silence the voice of a woman. To honour them, all flags at facilities will fly at half-mast today
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Saskatchewan New Democrats Dec 6
Today we remember the victims of the École Polytechnique massacre, and commit to action on behalf of Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women, trans women, and all women whose lives have been lost to gender-based violence.
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Kathleen Wynne Nov 25
November 25 marks the International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls. We must join all forces together to end gender-based violence and with a united voice let women hear us: We hear you. We see you. We believe you.
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Engineers Canada Dec 6
Thirty years ago today, 14 women were killed at ’s engineering school. Our three panellists discuss the lasting impact the tragic event had on the engineering profession.
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Algonquin College Dec 6
The procession has begun in honour of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. Join them in the Student Commons this afternoon to learn more about the day, and how you can get involved.
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Andrew Wilkinson Dec 6
On , 1989, tragedy struck our country. 14 women were murdered in the at Ecole Polytechnique based on their gender. 30 years later, we still have a lot of work to do - together, in helping to create a society where no woman feels unsafe.
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Arif Virani Nov 25
Everyone has the right to live & work in safety. Our gov has made important progress with the 1st-ever federal Strategy to Prevent and Address Gender-Based Violence, but we have more work to do. We'll continue to take action to end gender-based violence.
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Ontario Medical Association Dec 6
On we reflect on violence against women in Canada. Violence is still a daily reality for many women and girls. To end violence against women, we must challenge the culture that allows it to thrive. Gender-based violence is never okay.
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