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Come learn how to use your VOTE for equality

Come join Women Transforming Cities on June 24!  A women-friendly forum is being held in Vancouver to bring together diverse women with civic leadership to share their experiences and inspiration. We will explore opportunities and barriers to women’s political participation in Vancouver and discuss issues facing women and girls that you want municipal candidates to address this

Join me at Equal Voice Vancouver

Join Equal Voice BC to watch the results, hoist a beverage and cheer (or jeer) the results. The first American polls close at 5 pm Pacific Time, and we'll be welcoming members and friends from 5:30 pm. Where: Doolin's Irish Pub (VIP Room) 654 Nelson Street, Vancouver, BC When: November 8, 2016. 5.30 pm - late

By |October 21st, 2016|Categories: Events, Lawyers, Women Leaders|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Join me at Equal Voice Vancouver

Stop political donations if you really want democracy

Think about this: the only people who get elected into politics are those with lots of money. The only people with lots of money are those who already are rich (through their own income, investments or through inheritances) or have rich "friends" who give them money. If we really wanted more "regular" people in politics the first thing

By |July 12th, 2015|Categories: Advancing Women, Lawyers, Social Justice, Thought Leaders|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Stop political donations if you really want democracy

My sad story of PAC abuse of process

I just want to let you know that abuse of process does happen! Although I practiced law for over twenty years, I have never witnessed such manipulation of the law as has occurred over the last few weeks at the hands of Lord Byng School PAC Chair and the current Executive Council (EC). They misinformed and excluded