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Zab Design & Typography inc
Toronto Ontario
http://www.zab.ca

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fonts

Zab created the section15.ca wordmark using three typefaces. The letters are based on Zuzana Licko’s Filosophia Bold. The number 15 comes was created using Zab's own Rubber Bit.

Rubber Bit is also used for the menu found in the right-hand column.

section15.ca titles were designed in Georgia and Verdana. The summaries and body copy are in Verdana.

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hosting

Gossamer Threads
Vancouver British Columbia
http://www.gossamer-threads.com

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photo research

KlixPix
Toronto, Ontario
http://www.klixpix.com

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information architecture, programming, css and bricolage templates

Dawn Buie
Toronto, Ontario
http://dawnthots.ca

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additional programming

Greg Heo
Toronto, Ontario
http://node79.com

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project manager

Raised Eyebrow Web Studio Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia
http://www.raisedeyebrow.com

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software

Bricolage is the open-source content management system used for section15.ca’s features and blog.
http://www.bricolage.cc

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about

  • Seasonal Feature

  • October 18, 1929: Persons Case

    This is a hugely important date in the legal history of women as it marks the moment Canada’s women added, “persons of right and privilege” to their standing of “persons in matters of pains and penalties.” This is a story about the process, led by Emily Murphy from 1916–1927, when the petition was signed to reconsider the definition of women, to the monumental day in 1929. Since then, the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund has continued to press for changes to laws that affect women. read more