Keep Marching: Why it's more than a moment, it's a part of a movement

By Margaret Capelazo, Senior Gender Advisor, CARE Canada The first time I marched for my rights, I was pretty nervous. It was just after the Battle of Seattle, a huge anti-globalization protest that involved some conflict. I am already pretty shy and I don’t like confrontation. In the end, it turned out to be a…

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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau to Join CARE Walk In Her Shoes Ottawa Event, Mar. 6

(OTTAWA) – Madame Sophie Grégoire Trudeau will help kick-off CARE Canada’s Walk In Her Shoes event on Parliament Hill, Tuesday, March 6. Ahead of International Women’s Day, she will join more than 300 Ottawa residents to help raise awareness and critical funds towards CARE Canada’s efforts to promote gender equality and women’s rights. Participants will…

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This March is for women

By Gillian Barth, President and CEO, CARE Canada On any given day, many numbers pass my desk. These could be the numbers of those we reach with life-saving support. Or the numbers of those we have yet to reach. Or the often astoundingly low cost to provide a life-changing tool to someone in need. Sometimes,…

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