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Make It Our Business Training June 6th and 7th
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OAITH – Femicide List 2016
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Canada Still Has Work to Do

Woman walks alone down a road with tall trees surrounding both sidesApproximately every six days, a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner.

Let that sink in. If you think we have achieved gender equality, it’s time to think again.

Women abuse is still a prevalent issue in our country, one that affects everyone. In fact, 67% of Canadians say they have personally known at least one woman who has experienced physical sexual abuse.

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