In 2014, 74-year-old Isabelle Raycroft accused her husband of sexual assault. But when the trial took a bizarre turn, she lost hope for justice. So Isabelle decided to follow the lead of women in the Jian Ghomeshi and Stanford rapist cases — and go public. more »
The Conservative government took payroll training responsibilities away from IBM in the lead up to the implementation of Phoenix. A lack of training has been cited as a root cause of the Phoenix fiasco. more »
News coverage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s trip to British Columbia and Yukon is giving Britons a look at regions and issues that would usually go unnoticed in the United Kingdom, the CBC's Thomas Daigle writes from London. more »
Homa Hoodfar, a 65-year-old retired anthropology professor, is finally back in Montreal after being detained in an Iranian prison since June. A prosecutor had accused her of "dabbling in feminism." more »
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