Grieving families want relatives’ slayings made public. Critics say hiding the incidents only reinforces the shame and stigma of domestic violence, Jana G. Pruden writes JANA G. PRUDEN
OTTAWA – Manitoba is the first jurisdiction in Canada where victims of domestic violence are allowed to take leave from the workplace.
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Thanks to new legislation introduced by Calgary MLA Deborah Drever, those in abusive relationships can break rental agreements early by providing landlords with a certificate verifying they are at risk.
BY DOREEN NICOLL | JULY 28, 2016
Published on Aug 02, 2016 by Anne Thériault Every time a case of domestic violence turns deadly, we hear the same remarks over and over:
The RNC [Royal Newfoundland Constabulary] has re-affirmed its dedication to combat domestic violence across the province though their Intimate Partner Violence Unit. VOCM's Conor McCann has more.
Grant from Queen’s Park to fund project looking into reality of domestic violence Norfolk News By Victoria Gray
VANCOUVER - Anti-violence advocates say physically abused women need more than police assistance to leave harmful relationships and they're calling on governments to spend more on community supports.