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    • A Feminist Dialogic Encounter with Refugee Women 

      Nabukeera, Christine (2016-09-20)
      ABSTRACT This study sought to examine (1) how refugee women who have experienced violent displacement manage the resettlement process and negotiate new identities in unfamiliar settings, and (2) explore ways in which ...
    • A Noble Mansion for All?: The Production of Difference in Selected Works By Mahesh Dattani and R. Raj Rao 

      Hazra, Anindo (2016-09-20)
      This dissertation reads selected works of two queer Indian writers, Mahesh Dattani and R. Raj Rao, as sites of the production of difference in contemporary, fin-de-millnaire India. The literary analysis in this project ...
    • A View from the Classroom: An Inquiry into How Educators of Ontario's Literacy Basic Skills Program Conceptualize Adult Literacy Learning 

      Yasin, Farra (2019-03-05)
      The Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU) uses the human capital framework advocated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to structure its Literacy Basic Skills (LBS) ...
    • "Anchored in Our Culture, Focused on Our Future": Negotiating Spaces for Somali Women in Toronto through Gashanti UNITY 

      Ali, Muna (2019-03-05)
      This research presents and analyses the experiences of second-generation Somali women in Toronto, and argues that there is a significant gap in research about young Somali-Canadian women, and the way they utilize different ...
    • Archiving the "Sweet" Candy-Loving Matinee Girl: Fashion, Confectionaries, and Fan Scrapbooking in Urban American Culture, 1880-1915 

      Mendonca, Marlene Ramos (2018-08-27)
      A product of Broadway theatre and celebrity culture in New York City, the matinee girla fashionable city dweller and a theatre-loving girlfirst emerged in popular media at the end of the nineteenth century. She was both a ...
    • B1972-1 The Status of Women in Ontario 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1972-03-09)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1972-2 Women in Post-Secondary Education 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1972)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1972-3 Women and Public Schooling 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Mar-72)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1973-2 Equal Benefits for Women 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Apr-73)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1973-3 Equal Opportunity and Post-Secondary Education 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1973-08-10)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1974-1 The CBC: Its Policies and Attitudes with regard to Women 

      Women and Political Action; Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1972-02-01)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1974-2 Day Care Services in Ontario 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Sep-74)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1974-3 No Hope for Equal Pay 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Dec-74)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1975-1 Response to Ont. Law Reform Commission Report On Family Law 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Mar-75)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1975-2 Equality for Women in Employment through Affirmative Action 

      Mayor's Task Force on Status of Women; Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Jan-75)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1975-3 Government's Proposed Birth Control and Family Planning Program 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1975-04-17)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1975-4 Summary of Concerns During International Women's Year 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, Apr-75)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1975-5 Concerns re Employment Expressed to Minister of Labour of Ontario 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1975-11-10)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1976-1 Concern re Sub-contracting Expressed to Minister of Government Services 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1976-02-26)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.
    • B1976-3 Recommended Changes in the Ontario Human Rights Code 

      Ontario Committee on the Status of Women (Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, 1976-05-10)
      The Ontario Committee on the Status of Women, a grassroots feminist group, was established in 1970. Its purpose was to seek implementation in Ontario of the Recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women.

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