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Notley’s use of ‘mansplaining’ slurs all men

The Alberta premier really shouldn’t be touted as a role model for young girls (FREE)

Why dissent and respect must always go hand in hand

Why dissent and respect must always go hand in hand

CHIDIAC We must avoid using prejudicial labels against those who express opinions we may disagree with (FREE to members)

Facing up to the harsh truth about the Islamic State

Facing up to the harsh truth about the Islamic State

The IS brand of Islam institutionalizes sexism, misogyny, homophobia, racism, sectarianism and slavery. It’s a barbaric credo (FREE!)

Dissing female sports reporters is just equal treatment

DOWBIGGIN (Troy Media) Charlotte Observer reporter Jourdan Rodrique was treated like almost all reporters are treated by most athletes. With disdain

The waiting is the hardest part, for the hopeful and the pregnant

(Troy Media) If abortion is such a hard decision, as even advocates maintain, why aren’t women allowed the time to make it?

The new breed of chef is cooking with gas

LIFESTYLE (Troy Media) The Farmer is already planning his next menu. It will likely be some candied meat dish – or meat stuffed with meat. Vegetarians beware

Amelia Earhart still fascinates but she wasn’t the only female flyer

HISTORY (Troy Media) Beryl Markham and Hanna Reitsch pursued aviation with passion in the early 20th century and took the same kind of risks. But their fates were less mysterious

In Trump’s wake, a new world order can inspire us again

MCGARVEY (Troy Media) Western values for westerners has a nice ring to it. Let the rest of the world make their own value choices. It sure beats neo-colonial wars in distant lands

Trans rights are women’s rights

LIFESTYLE (Troy Media) Transgender women face high rates of physical, sexual and fatal violence. To combat that, human rights must be at the heart of contemporary Canadian feminism

A reminder of the value of an inclusive education system

DI MUCCIO (Troy Media) Malala Yousafzai brings to the House of Commons a much-needed perspective on issues of inclusion in education

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