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Shari Graydon

Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
The increase in representation in the Alberta legislature rests entirely with Rachel Notley’s NDP opposition whose caucus is now 58 per cent women, in contrast to Premier Danielle Smith’s United Conservative Party’s 22 per cent, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
The increase in representation in the Alberta legislature rests entirely with Rachel Notley’s NDP opposition whose caucus is now 58 per cent women, in contrast to Premier Danielle Smith’s United Conservative Party’s 22 per cent, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | October 5, 2022
Protesters pictured at the Women's March in Ottawa, on Jan. 21, 2017. Participants wore pink knitted ‘pussyhats,’ in response to Donald Trump’s crude remarks about women. Research by Canada’s Samara Centre for Democracy found that a mere 17 per cent of federal candidates between 2004 and 2019 emerged through such competitions. Parties are already appointing more than four out of five candidates and, clearly, most of them are men, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | October 5, 2022
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | October 5, 2022
Protesters pictured at the Women's March in Ottawa, on Jan. 21, 2017. Participants wore pink knitted ‘pussyhats,’ in response to Donald Trump’s crude remarks about women. Research by Canada’s Samara Centre for Democracy found that a mere 17 per cent of federal candidates between 2004 and 2019 emerged through such competitions. Parties are already appointing more than four out of five candidates and, clearly, most of them are men, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | February 10, 2021
The real trailblazer of gender parity in politics is Alberta’s NDP leader and former premier, Rachel Notley. She extended the parity principle in a profoundly meaningful way, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | February 10, 2021
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | February 10, 2021
The real trailblazer of gender parity in politics is Alberta’s NDP leader and former premier, Rachel Notley. She extended the parity principle in a profoundly meaningful way, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade