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Let's Make Some Noise!

Our Women's March Canada: Waterloo Region chapter has put together this list of chants for the 2019 Women's March. Comment below if you know of others! We want to hear your loud, impactful voices on Saturday. Continue reading

An Interview with Melissa Leong #money

Thank you to Melissa Leong, money expert, for joining us for this episode of our podcast. Melissa is the resident money expert on CTV’s The Social and writes about personal finance for the Financial Post. Continue reading

Email Your MPPs regarding cuts to midwifery funding

An email template has been created that will allow you to email your MPPs addressing the cuts to midwifery funding! It was put together by an Ontario Midwife. Please, if you have the time, customize the template with your story and email your MPP! This discrimination is unacceptable. Continue reading

An Interview with Evelyne Nyairo #mango

Thank you to Evelyne Nyairo, founder of Ellie Bianca, for joining us for this episode! Ellie Bianca is a proudly Canadian socially conscious skincare line that recognizes beauty in all forms and supports the empowerment of women through business and education. Continue reading

For women approaching 30, from one approaching 40

This week, a dear distant friend wrote me a very short, direct message, it said: I turned 30 in April. What would you be able to share with me? I trust you, and I need direction, I need something... Continue reading

An Interview with Ruthie Burd #theLunchLady

Thank you to Ruthie Burd, founder of The Lunch Lady, for joining us for this episode! Ruthie is passionate about helping families find healthy options for their kids’ lunches and never imagined that one day she'd be delivering healthy hot lunches to thousands of children at school.  Continue reading

An Interview with Jennifer Bundock #ProChoice

Thank you for Jennifer Bundock for joining our podcast for this episode! She is the owner of Toronto's Apiecalypse Now! where they create vegan sweet and savoury food that will satisfy anyone, vegan or otherwise. Jennifer took on anti-abortion protesters in Toronto.  Continue reading

To March, or not to March

I saw an article yesterday with the headline “Don’t join this year’s Women’s March unless you’re good with anti-Semitism.” I support the self-determination of every woman to weigh in and decide whether the Women’s March is right for them, including the vibrant conversation about the place of Jews in this project. Continue reading

Abortion 101 for Trolls

The following may or may not make sense as a beautifully written essay but I've thrown these paragraphs here for easy access for the arguments that individuals, let's call them trolls, who try to engage us with online. I'm sort of getting tired of trying to educate and reply to their "yeah but..." methods of argument. Am sort of wishing I had kept my textbook from my Logic 101 philosophy course in university. So if you see a pro-life troll on the internet, please just direct them to this post. Continue reading

We don't need to just survive anymore...

Swipe Wrong - a thought on how women represent themselves as leaders in N.A. There is a current female comedian who we shall call “Sally” from now on who is one of my favourite TV personalities, she’s made me laugh in the worst of times and cry in the best of times.  Continue reading