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  • Eunadie Johnson

    by Eunadie Johnson | Feb 17, 1997

    Barriers still exist for Black people in Canada, especially for a woman like Eunadie Johnson, who chooses to live in northern Manitoba as a Black woman and a feminist. read more

  • artist: Agnes Nanogak

    Nov 11, 1996

    Agnes Nanogak of Victoria’s Holman Island was one of Canada’s major artists and the first Inuit artist to receive an honourary degree from any university – anywhere. Creating work dominated by shamanism – witch doctors, spirit dancers, sorcerers and animal spirits, as well as by the traditional Inuit celebrations - her prints and drawings made it possible to look at Inuit life and history through Inuit eyes. read more

  • activists: Bindu Dhaliwal and Denise Campbell

    Oct 1, 1996

    Wow! What these young full-time students have done through globally networking to improve the lives of women and to ensure more Canadian young people – especially young women – get involved in the United Nations and other international organizations to pursue equality, development and peace. read more

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  • Seasonal Feature

  • March 20: spring equinox

    by Pat Hacker

    Can’t wait for spring to arrive? In the northern hemisphere, March and April mark the earliest time young animals could be born after the winter of gestation and survive the weather conditions. In ancient Greek terms, it is when Persephone returns from the underworld to be reunited with her mother, Demeter, and her sisters, and the promise of the growing herbs and grains is fulfilled. Through ritual, let’s make the connection between our bodies, the universe, and friends. read more