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Special accommodations for women in government, university? It’s time for gender equality

Recently MP Sana Hassainia (independent, formerly NDP) argued that female politicians deserve special accommodations, as apparently fathers don’t face work-life balance issues “I think it’s important to allow females – certainly among them mothers who want to spend time with their children – the possibility to either bring them [kids] in to their seats…” In correspondence from

Claim for Elgan-Middlesex Detention Centre, London, ON – 3 – Violence

This is a continued excerpt of the Statement of Claim against the London jail, a class action lawsuit waiting for certification in February, 2015. VIOLENCE AND SAFETY k) Guards advised inmates to follow the spoken, written, and posted rules set by “servers”, inmates who were usually large and violent.   35. The current layout of

Toronto Star Columnist Heather Mallick Does a Diservice to Her Own Causes

Authored by an anonymous CAFE member, in response to the now rather infamous Heather Mallick column, Men’s rights groups are a waste of time: Mallick I take it Ms. Mallick of the Toronto Star is against domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, parental rights and basic human rights. Oh wait, is that just in the

Send us your top stories about men from 2014 for Our CAFE Retrospective

Men and the News: A CAFE Retrospective Send us your top stories about men from 2014 We need your help! The Canadian Association for Equality is putting together a retrospective analysis of the biggest and most important news stories from 2014 related to boys, men, fathers, or to masculinity and gender more generally. We’re asking for your help

Lost Generation Part 11: Parental Alienation Is child Abuse

By Kiran Thomas, CAFE Volunteer For the child, parental alienation is a serious mental condition, based on a false belief that the alienated parent is a dangerous and unworthy parent. The severe effects of parental alienation on children are well-documented; low self-esteem and self-hatred, lack of trust, depression, and substance abuse and other forms of addiction