The Montreal Massacre's Legacy for Engineers

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

30 years ago, 14 female engineering students were killed by a ranting gunman at Montreal's École Polytechnique. It remains the worst mass shooting in Canadian history and it changed the country in many ways, from a second look at gun laws to a greater awareness of misogyny. The Agenda discusses the legacy of the tragic event and what progress the country has made on violence against women, particularly in the area of engineering and other traditionally male domains.
The 30th Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre
Dec 05, 2019
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