An interview with Sarah Molyneaux #sexualharrassment

Thank you to Sarah Molyneaux for speaking with us today. Sarah Molyneaux practices labour law, employment law and human rights law with a focus on obtaining justice and dignity for workers. 


Originally from Nova Scotia, Sarah holds a first-class honours degree from St. Francis Xavier University as well as a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. Since being called to the bar in 2014, Sarah has represented clients at labour arbitrations, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Licence Appeal Tribunal, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal.

Sarah has a special interest in workplace issues related to sexism or sexual harassment at work and maternity leave or parental status discrimination. She is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, the Association of Human Rights Lawyers and the Hamilton Lawyers Association.

Every woman has the need and right to feel physically secure, and security for women should be assured through sound legal practices. Women’s March Canada stands behind the principle that women are not to be held accountable for actions that are outside their control — particularly regarding all forms of assault — and that fair legal action must be applied to prevent these crimes.

Women's March Canada believes in an economy powered by transparency, accountability, security, and equity. All women should be paid equitably, with access to affordable childcare, sick days, healthcare, paid family leave, and healthy work environments. All workers – including domestic and farm workers, undocumented and migrant workers - must have the right to organize and fight for a living minimum wage.

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