Kathleen Finlay’s op-ed in The Hill Times newspaper on how the Canadian Senate is betraying victims of sexual misconduct, and why all MPs and Senators should face mandatory trauma-informed training before they come anywhere close to dealing with the concerns of victims. Online edition available here.
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Here’s another story where Premier Doug Ford breaks his word. The vulnerable-at-risk meter is at high whenever the Premier and his government are involved. 2/3 But when I reached out to him about the Ontario Securities Commission’s devastating mishandling of my sexual assault (approved by Ford’s appointed Board of Directors), he turned a blind eye and […]
We are paying as taxpayers for a healthcare system that harms us, and the perversity of it is that we have to pay again to defend the doctors who have done the harm. If that isn’t perverse I don’t know what is. See full interview.
In what is arguably the most regressive #MeToo administration anywhere in Canada, it will take more than shuffling a few Cabinet ministers to win the support of Ontario women. He shuffled his cabinet. Then he said goodbye to Dean French, his controversial chief of staff. Now for the hard part in Premier Doug Ford’s battle to […]
Honoured to have this acknowledgment and support for trauma-informed practices part of the retiring speech of a distinguished legislator “Finally, let me speak about one case that I brought forward in this Legislature, the case of Kathleen Finlay, who experienced sexual harassment and sexual abuse in her employment. She asked for a protocol of all of […]