Toronto could elect the third female mayor in its history. How can that benefit the city?
An inside look at how East York’s thriving convenience store, Old’s Cool General Store is giving back to their community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Girl guides in Canada ran a race in the dark in March to raise awareness of gender inequality in Afghanistan, where women cannot freely run or walk outside.
The transgender policy in Toronto’s women’s shelters is causing an uproar with its female residents as straight men have been accused of entering women’s shelters with questionable motives.
Across the country there is growing debate on whether men’s and women’s gym facilities should be separated, especially on university campuses.
Volunteers, representatives and interested members of society gathered on the main floor at the Centre for Social Innovation to discuss the challenges of gender equality in different countries.
Prime MinisterJustin Trudeau announced last week a Canadian woman will appear in the next series of bank notes. Feminists and gender equality organizations responded almost — but not entirely — unanimously with positive responses.
City councillors Mary Fragedakis of Toronto-Danforth and Coun. Marvin Rotrand of Snowden in Montreal have written to Finance Minister William Francis Moreneau asking that more women be featured on Canadian bank notes.