Saturday, 16 November 2019

This morning Bryony House workers, members of PSAC, and their supporters, some 70 people in all, attended a lively rally in front of the empty building where Bryony House used to be. They want to raise awareness about the loss of shelter for abused women and children.

PSA>: Coffin Skate Shop is excited to announce that we will be hosting a queer holiday market and clothing swap on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019.
Our aim is to centre LGBTQ+ vendors and provide a platform where they can showcase art that may not be found at your typical holiday market.

Last week a Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission Board of Inquiry decided that former firefighter Kathy Symington did not suffer discrimination while working at the Halifax Fire Service.

“In fact the Tessier case shows that for a woman to complain about a male-dominated workplace, such as the Fire Service, the woman has to be willing to fight for more than a dozen years, has to have an airtight complaint, witnesses, and certainly not criticize her superiors. Short of this, women are simply not believed.,” writes Judy Haiven.