Feminists have been fighting for 50 years for the creation of a national universal child care program. Some version of a national program has been proposed by different federal governments over the years, but these proposals have never been realized.
Month: January 2020
Teachers and Unions
“Teachers should be able to teach with dignity….” (Lois Bedard, 1979 in Union Woman).
As rotating strikes continue, a reminder from the archive on the history and importance of teachers’ unions in Ontario.
The (Re)Dress Code
The passage of Bill 21 in the Assemblée nationale du Québec in June 2019 has meant a range of provisions that, in name, are aimed at making Quebec a more secular province, although in reality the new law targets religious minorities.