Lessons from December 6
One hundred years ago, warship munitions ignited and killed 2,000. Twenty-eight years ago, 14 women were killed at École Polytechnique. How violent must violence be to hold our attention, and become the catalyst for change?
Tags: Opinion, Voice of the City, Halifax Explosion 100, Montreal, Women, Justice, December 6, Voice of the City
Sexual assault support services aren't nearly enough for survivors
Why am I treated as less important because the person who abused me is also a woman?
Tags: Opinion, Sexual assault, #IBelieveSurvivors, Halifax, Voice of the City
Years after my own assault, nothing has changed
People out there need to believe these stories, because it's happening to more women than we'd like to think.
Tags: Opinion, Justice, Sexual Assault, Women, Public Safety, Voice of the City
My Snapchat boyfriend
The best relationship I’ve ever had only exists in my phone.
Tags: Opinion, Sex, Dating, Snapchat, Romance, Tech, Voice of the City
The holidays make me reflect on my mother
As a kid growing up, I knew Christmas would mean my Mom and Dad would both drink too much.
Tags: Opinion, Addiction, Christmas, Voice of the City
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