International Women's Day

Iranian women risk arrest: Daughters of the revolution

Opinion: Homa Hoodfar, once detained in Tehran’s infamous Evin prison for “dabbling in feminism,” examines what’s driving the new wave of women’s activism in Iran

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau’s off-brand, out-of-touch message

It’s Grégoire Trudeau’s prerogative to play the good wife in need of male affirmation—just as it’s women’s prerogative to assail her for it

What employers need to know about the ‘women’s strike’

As women around the world abstain from work and shopping in protest, here’s how companies should handle it.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau’s awkward rallying cry for Women’s Day

In calling on women to celebrate the men in their lives who are fighting for equal rights, Grégoire Trudeau sparked outrage, but she was on to something

Why the federal budget should focus on gender equality

After decades of budgets that favoured men, the Trudeau government has said budget 2017 will reflect gender-based analysis. It’s what Canada’s economy needs.

Kathleen Wynne: ‘Who are the Mothers of Confederation?’

A history lesson from the premier of Ontario

Revenge of the teenage girl

Teenage girls are taking on social stereotypes and a sex-saturated culture. Ignore them at your peril.

Why women’s studies needs an extreme makeover

Emma Teitel on free speech, gender studies and feminism

A men’s rights advocate spoke at the University of Toronto

The fire alarm went off, but free speech prevailed

Colbert’s convocation, energy drinks & #IWD

What students are talking about today (March 7th)


Week in Pictures: March 3rd – March 10th 2010

The week’s most interesting photography


A belated salute to International Women’s Day

After QP today there was a short debate as to whether or not a member of the government side had advised that a heckling female on the Liberal side be administered some kind of medication.