A woman or girl is killed every 2.5 days in Canada, according to the recently-released "Call It Femicide" report. Sixty-five of the 148 female deaths recorded across the country last year happened in Ontario. Joining Nam Kiwanuka to explain the unique challenges faced by certain communities are: Dawn Lavell-Harvard, Farrah Khan, JoAnne Brooks, and Samra Zafar.
Episode:
Femicide in Ontario; Domestic Violence and Technology
Aired:
Feb 11, 2019
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