6(1)(A) All the Way!
Judy Rebick

If you thought that Indigenous women won equal rights to Indigenous men under the Indian Act in 1985 when Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms came into force, you’d be wrong.

You might be aware of the Mohawk activist Mary Two-Axe Early who, in 1967, founded Indian Rights for Indian Women and worked with the National

joanna chiuCalling Out Sexpats
Joanna Chiu

Growing up in a Vancouver suburb with a very diverse population, I remember a few racist taunts on the playground, but they were few and far between.

Ironically, it was only when I moved to Asia that I began encountering serious discrimination as well as “yellow fever” (fetishes over Asian women). When I first moved to China

Ayuesha Mian Akram Millennial Burout and Me
Ayesha Mian Akram

When I turned 30 last year, I had mixed emotions: pride at my accomplishments, sorrow at leaving behind my carefree youth (#adulting) and apprehension about what was to come. But most of all, I felt exhausted.

As a millennial, I am part of the “burnout generation.” Millennials account for about 27 percent of the Canadian