A UBC professor sees parallels between her experience on campus and that of former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould.
Heads of Bard on the Beach, VSO, and Indian Summer among the women getting the nod today.
A courageous Indian journalist who exposed residential-school-like system in her country has been honoured by an alternative media outlet.
Helene Granqvist takes a warts and all look at the rise of political figure Gudrun Schyman.
A Toronto company says women-led small businesses are the key to breaking up the boys' club.
For Denise Williams, CEO of the First Nations Technology Council, offering a forum for female voices is vital to moving the culture forward.
They share, in their own words, thoughts on working in male-dominated industries and what fuels their professional passion.
The Girls Are Coming! recalls the harrowing 1862 journey of 60 young women from England to B.C.
The world needs more geek girls. But despite advances in many professions, women are underrepresented in the sciences.
UBC law professor Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond says that in Indigenous culture, there's an element of fearlessness in these women who stand up to people who are sometimes far bigger than them.
“Someone once called her the Forrest Gump of Red Power. You name it, she was there."
Highlights of the six-day Vancouver International Women in Film Festival.