End Femicide and Misogyny in Nova Scotia. An Inquiry Now!

Reasons for signing

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Ellen Faulkner
Aug 17, 2020
We need a public, independent inquiry with a feminist analysis.

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Sandra Currie
Aug 16, 2020
A real enquiry demands that the sexism in the RCMP and in their failure to protect women must be examined

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Ada Harris
Aug 16, 2020
Because its time we realize that women are undervalued still all over the world.

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Danielle Doiron
Aug 13, 2020
Because the people of Nova Scotia deserve answers.

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Lise Cormier
Aug 12, 2020
Please consider this. Please.

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Lynette Reid
Jul 31, 2020
It’s high time to take seriously the link between our common everyday societal incapacity to provide women with security from violence and these “rare” incidents of male rage that are labelled as a separate, supposedly gender neutral phenomenon of mass murder.

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Diane Parsons
Jul 31, 2020
I am signing today for all the deaths that recently occurred in this small town, as well for women who have been and still are being physically and emotionally abused. They need to feel that if they are in a situation that the RCMP will come to their aid and serve and protect.

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Sharon Zehr
Jul 31, 2020
While we are at it we can stop calling the mass murderer a 'shooter' or a 'shooting' in the reports and in the media. Recommendations need legislative backing, procedural fairness and appropriate action to be effective. In solidarity with women police survivors across Canada.

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Janet Merlo
Jul 31, 2020
I am an advocate for change in the RCMP and how it treats women’s issues as well as staffing / training / equipping it’s members

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Laurie White
Jul 31, 2020
This is an issue that will never end without intervention, as long as males are physically stronger than women. Why do you think they do it? Makes them feel big. The mass shooting in Portapique started with a domestic disturbance. Power up!

Something has to give. Someday.