Since the advent of recorded history, women have been ignored, trivialized, or written out. Project Continua is working to fix that.
The new pill won’t address the majority of women’s issues with sex.
Ontario Is Re-examining the Law that Allows Doctors to Practice After Sexually Assaulting Their Patients
The regulations concerning Ontario doctors and sexual misconduct are vague and have allowed many doctors accused of wrongdoing to continue seeing patients. Finally, something might be done about that.
A commissioner on the UN's Human Rights Working Group on Arbitrary Detention recently took Canada to task for jailing an immigrant for eight years without charge, and called on the country to set a maximum time limit for this type of detainment.
The Supreme Court of Canada decided unanimously last week that people accused of sexual assault will not get automatic access to their victims' personal records, ending a practice that made coming forward about sexual violence even more difficult.
Four years after the government announced it would buy 65 F-35 fighter jets for $85 million a piece, they announced they would postpone the decision until the indefinite future. The move marks another hiccup in Harper's long-gestating procurement plan.
A new study suggests that Canada's medical wait times have doubled in the last 20 years, and are becoming increasingly gendered. Emma Paling looks at the relationship between gendered wait times and the female mortality rate.
Most Canadians think of tuberculosis as a disease of the past—something eradicated in the earlier half of the last century. But for Canada's Inuit population, the rate of incidence is currently almost 200 times greater, and it’s getting worse.
It took years for an Innuit girl to be returned to her family, because no records were kept of where she came from or who her family was.
In the 50s, the Canadian government shipped thousands of Inuit people infected with tuberculosis from their homes in the Arctic to sanitariums in southern Canada without explaining their whereabouts to their families. We interviewed members of the...
Thanks to a new conditional permanent residency that requires new immigrants sponsored by a spouse to live with that sponsor for two years or lose their permanent residency, the threat of deportation has become a helpful tool for men who beat, rape, or...