Editorial: Women’s rights still lag too far behind for 2020

Over 60 women, men and children braved the frigid cold to take part in the first annual Women’s March in Kagawong in January, 2019.

This weekend’s Woman’s March in Kagawong will see Islanders join millions of people across the globe demonstrate their objection to the continued systemic, covert and overt discrimination against women.

Whether it comes down to positions of power, responsibility, pay equity or standing before the law, women are still treated as second class (or lower) citizens in most of the world—sadly, Canad...

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