Dream, Girl and the Female Entrepreneurial Experience

Thunder Bay screening of Kickstarter film brings women together to talk business By Sam Mathers, News Editor On October 26, I had the opportunity to attend a screening of Dream, Girl at The Chantrelle. Dream, Girl was created by Erin Bagwell, a New Yorker who Read More …

Female Representation in G7 Countries

What does Trudeau’s “Feminist Foreign Policy” mean for Canada and for women? By: Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer  For the first time, four of Canada’s six G7 member nations are being represented in our country by women. In recent years, there has been a push around Read More …

Why We’re So Afraid to Believe Women

Our collective dysfunction By: Jaina Kelly The media world is in frenzy this week as they follow what are now fifty womens’ allegations of rape and assault against Harvey Weinstein. Since Ronan Farrow’s initial exposé in the New Yorker, women across industries have been taking Read More …

Ban on Female Drivers Lifted in Saudi Arabia

King Issues Royal Decree Allowing Women to Drive By: Sam Mathers, News Editor In a royal decree, broadcasted live on state television and at the Saudi embassy in Washington, King Salman announced that women in Saudi Arabia will finally be able to drive. While there Read More …

I’ve Got All My Sisters with Me

Hillary Clinton and Other Strong Women By: Sam Mathers, News Editor On the second stop of her 15 city book tour, Hillary Clinton spoke to a room of about 5,000 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto on Thursday. The talk was advertised as Clinton letting Read More …