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🐙Kerri Claire Neil🐙 Mar 8
I'm sick of women being raped, beaten & murdered by their partners. I'm sick of women being stuck in poverty cuz the system doesn't value their work. I'm sick of being marginalized for my gender & I'm . What are you going to do about it ?
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Marie Clarke Walker Dec 6
Today we commemorate the lives of 14 women who were murdered in 1989 just because they were women. Today, I also want to remind everyone that we still have Indigenous & Racialized women who are missing & murdered. Violence & harassment against women must end now.
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Liz Stuart, OECTA Dec 6
Today we remember the 14 women murdered 29 years ago in Montreal because they were women. We should also remember that on average, in Canada, every 6 days a woman is murdered by her intimate partner.
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Child Care Now Mar 19
No increases in federal funding to make accessible to all despite many references in to critical role it plays in making mortgages and training affordable and economic growth and security possible.
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🐙Kerri Claire Neil🐙 Mar 3
Sitting @ the cool kids table @ the Bread & Roses Brunch 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️
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mario da costa Jul 7
Kwese Play still dragging their feet for a resolution. Just enough time for people to get something else. Please check out kodi or mygica devices. They do the same thing and aren’t 3rd party locked. Also you could just get a smart or appleTV if you can afford them.
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Kelly Mar 3
Kicking off at our annual Bread and Rose Event! 300+ woman on their feet to say we are
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Stacey Rodas Jul 9
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Robyn Lawson: Itisahwâkan Mar 23
Women in Canada are for safety, equity and economic justice. End sexual harassment and violence. End wage discrimination. Fix the child care crisis. Add your voice.
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Linda Silas Mar 8
Let’s start this by not giving flowers to all the women in our life’s but by recognizing its hasn’t been easy or fair . We still have so much work to do to really bring Equality on!
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Bilan Arte May 14
Thrilled to be with child care champions this afternoon at the campaign launch! It’s time to end the crisis and invest in affordable, public, high quality & inclusive child care
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Suzanne MacNeil Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day! Women in Canada are . It’s time for action from government: • End wage discrimination. • End sexual harassment and violence. • Fix the child care crisis. ⁠ ⁠
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Mar Dec 4
This is me. Putting out in the open. To spread awareness, hopefully preventing it from happening to another young person. Pls write your MPP and urge them to vote in favour of Bill 63. We need chg and we need it now.
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Teri Mooring Jun 4
Even though 75% of teachers in Canada are women they are underrepresented in leadership roles. There is also a lack of diversity in these roles. This needs to change.
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Bhutila Karpoche Mar 4
Just over a week ago, my first private member's bill passed second reading. We're now one step closer to ensuring children and youth get the mental health and addiction services they need, when they need it.
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Janine Bertolo May 29
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Bhutila Karpoche Dec 3
Let’s make sure Martha’s experience is never repeated. Learn how you can support my bill at
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Kats Muhoozi Jul 13
a 16 truck Album from a one talented singer, song writer and businessman is now out. It's available on iTunes. For more information visit The music that will sooth your…
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CLC Labour Education Mar 7
This Week in History: March 8, 1975 – The United Nations declares the first International Women’s Day, but women and their unions were for fairness, equality and justice long before then.
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PSAC Apr 9
Canada’s unions are calling for the timely and effective implementation of Canada’s new pay equity legislation.
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