Doug Ford: The Premier who Promises Victims and then Betrays Them

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 […]

Kathleen Finlay interviewed on CTV National News

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.

Stop letting the system assault victims of sexual violence over and over

Kath­leen Fin­lay writes in The Hill Times News­pa­per on the unheed­ed and unad­dressed health impli­ca­tions for women of sex­u­al assault and sex­u­al harass­ment on women On-line version. Email comments | inquiry about op-ed column   Read about HealingNow: the groundbreaking initiative of  The ZeroNow Campaign    Print version.  Email comments | inquiry about op-ed column Related


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 […]

Women Shouldn’t Have to Die from Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct can be fatal. A heartbreaking reminder of that reality came in July with the sudden passing of Krista Carle, a former RCMP constable who took her own life after battling the trauma of sexual harassment at the hands of Canada’s iconic police force. It’s a measure of just how hideous sexual harassment can […]

Kathleen Finlay’s Op-Ed (The Hill Times)

Mr. Prime Minister, Meet George Constanza That loud beep, beep, beep you’ve been hearing is the sound of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau backing up and rolling over the #MeToo gains of the past several months—his own contributions included. Victims of sexual misconduct have especially heard the crashing of the progress that had finally given them […]