Coronavirus: Trudeau announces $40M for women’s shelters, $10M for Indigenous women and kids – National

Millions in funding will be going towards programs for vulnerable Canadians like sexual assault and homeless shelters amid the COVID-19 crisis, Prime Minister Justin

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Women, children turned away from shelters in Canada almost 19,000 times a month

This story is part of Stopping Domestic Violence, a CBC News series looking at the crisis of intimate partner violence in Canada and what

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‘Women have been shortchanged’: Report highlights promising research in cardiac emergency killing young women

Hours after her emergency caesarean section, knife-like pain shot through Sucdi Barre’s back and arm. She was told to walk it off, until a

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Calgary L’Arche chapter devastated by revelation founder sexually abused at least 6 women

The Calgary chapter of a Catholic organization that supports people with developmental disabilities said its community is devastated by the revelation the organization’s founder sexually abused

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Her husband told her not to work, then cut off her money — how financial abuse traps women – National

When Sara was pregnant with the first of her three children, her husband told her she wouldn’t have to worry about going back to

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‘Their stories need to be told’: Advocates want police to release names of women killed by domestic violence

Women’s shelter directors from across Alberta want police to improve the way they communicate about cases of domestic violence.  Three days after Christmas, 53-year-old Wen

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Halifax holds commemorations for National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Dec. 6 marks the 30th anniversary of the murders of 14 young women at École Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989. As Alicia Draus reports,

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Are bank algorithms sexist? How tech might be working against women – National

To be approved for a credit card or limit increase, banks often check your payment history, income and credit score.  But a financial scandal

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Tessa Virtue encourages young women to stay active at Woodstock, Ont. conference – London

Olympic figure skater Tessa Virtue was in Woodstock today to speak at a girl’s empowerment conference about the importance of staying active. Virtue spoke

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Judge fights for job despite ‘inappropriate’ views on Indigenous people, women

An Alberta judge has lost his job over “completely inappropriate” beliefs and behaviours involving his views on Indigenous people and victims of domestic and sexual

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