Because it’s 2016…

By Denise Leduc One year ago the newly elected Prime Minister Trudeau made headlines around the world when he appointed a gender balanced cabinet. Later when asked about this he famously quipped, “Because it’s 2015”. This soundbite garnered international attention and seemed hopeful for women… Read More

Weekend video: It’s Not Over Yet

A history of Saskatchewan Working Women (SWW) and the role of feminism in the trade union movement. The SWW was a grassroots, feminist organization of female wage earners which operated from 1978 to 1990. SWW was formed by an alliance of trade union women and… Read More

Workers’ rights is a feminist issue!

A front line worker’s reflections on race, gender, and class in a woman’s shelter by Charlotte Gilman Front line workers in women’s shelters perform essential, yet underappreciated labour. Our work begins before women even come to a shelter. We respond to crisis calls, giving immediate… Read More