LEAF in the News (Archive)

2015

Trudeau draws flak after his two nannies being put on public payroll, the Toronto Star, December 1, 2015

Judge frozen out of getting any new cases, the Lawyers Weekly, November 27 2015

Indigenous Canadians comprised 23% of country’s murder victims in 2014, the Guardian, November 25, 2015

Video from the Women’s College Hospital, Women’s Xchange event featuring Dr. Kim Stanton, LEAF Legal Director, November 5, 2015

Families must be consulted before inquiry begins into missing indigenous women, the Toronto Star, October 31, 2015

What’s the future for progressive movements in Canada, rabble.ca, October 30, 2015

Sudbury’s Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund is advocating equal rights for transgender people by showing a film, CBC Up North, October 7, 2015

Calls for national inquiry into missing Aboriginal women remain unanswered, the Lawyers Weekly, July 3, 2015

LEAF’s legal equality fight for women turns 30, the Lawyers Weekly, May 29, 2015

Supreme Court ruling a ‘serious setback’ for fair aboriginal representation on juries, RCI, May 25, 2015

Ottawa Largely Ignored 700 Recommendations On Missing Aboriginal Women, Study Finds, the Huffington Post, February 26, 2015

Catholic board open to teaching sexual consent, CBC News, January 27, 2015

Putting a National Inquiry on the Radar, bloggingforequality.ca, January 16, 2015

New Ontario sex-ed curriculum will include consent awareness, CBC News, January 08, 2015

Why should Canada create a National Inquiry for Murdered Indigenous Women? SoundCloud, January 2015

 

2014

Why we can’t let the conversation about sexual violence fade away, the Globe and Mail, December 11, 2014

The Ghomeshi Paradox, hazlitt.net, November 12, 2014

Ontario slow to address workplace sexual harassment, the Toronto Star, November 6, 2014

Does the gender of a judge really matter? the Globe and Mail, June 24, 2014