When Manitoba introduced a pay equity program for its civil service
The problem was clear: Female civil servants were being paid less than their male counterparts for comparable work in 1987.
How fictional biopic Blonde turns Marilyn Monroe into a symbol of celebrity tragedy
While some reviews have praised Blonde as a feminist reimagining of Marilyn Monroe's life — including Oates herself — others say it perpetuates the very same exploitative attitudes that it is supposedly critiquing, by depicting Monroe's life as a spectacle of unrelenting misery.
Grammy Award-winning rapper Coolio dead at 59
Coolio, the rapper who was among hip-hop's biggest names of the 1990s with hits including Gangsta's Paradise and Fantastic Voyage, died Wednesday at 59, his manager said.
Canadian Museums Association recommends 10 ways to decolonize heritage sector
How Canadians reacted when Pierre Trudeau died in 2000
The year the Blue Jays went 0-7 at the worst possible time
When Brian Mulroney upsized the Senate to pass the GST
When 30 cents seemed expensive for postage stamps
First Nations historian's new book details 'relentless' children's labour at Mt. Elgin residential school
Longtime Manitoba politician Bill Blaikie remembered for dedication to values, family
When Just For Laughs started small in Montreal
Bargain hunter sought mixer, bought medieval manuscript at estate sale in Maine
Booker Prize-winning author Hilary Mantel dead at 70
When CBC's Front Page Challenge met singer Ella Fitzgerald in 1970