Year in Action: The people, movements, and ideas that matter in 2018

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Year in Action

 

The Radical Notion of Safe Spaces in Music

Toronto’s Venus Fest is part of a movement to prove our music scenes can be free of sexism

by Carly Lewis



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Why We Need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Sexual Violence

Together, we can confront our history and envision a better future

by Kim Samuel


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Sexual Violence in Canada, by the Numbers

What the data tells us about sexual assault and harassment

by The Walrus Staff


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Introducing The Walrus Year in Action

Our in-depth focus on the people, movements, and ideas that matter in 2018

by The Walrus Staff



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What Consent Means in the Age of #MeToo

The notion that sex is fraught with ambiguity has made some kinds of assault difficult to describe and confront

by Sarah Barmak


Stop Telling Women What to Wear

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Stop Telling Women What to Wear

Any legislation that polices clothing as way of protecting society will invite the kind of oppression Canada normally condemns

by Pamela Divinsky


One Year after the D.C. Women's March

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One Year Later: The Women’s March on Washington

As we continue to push for women’s rights, last year’s protests have a lot to teach us about compassionate and rigorous conversation

by Amanda Cockburn



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Should Oil Companies Be on the Hook for Climate Change Costs?

From wild fires to rising sea levels, ecological disasters are expected to cost Canada $5 billion per year by 2020—and some communities want big oil to pay its share

by Christopher Pollon


Picture of two women at a vigil for the victims of Quebec City mosque shooting

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Remembering the Quebec City Mosque Shooting

On the one-year anniversary, we gather some of our most important stories about the event, its aftermath, and religious worship in Canada

by Amira Elghawaby


Why I Pulled My Winning Story

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Why I Pulled My Winning Story From a Literary Magazine

The new momentum is about small acts of resistance that can lead to large-scale shifts in attitude

by Suzanne Alyssa Andrew