Category Archives: SADI

Preventing More Than Murder-Suicide: Early Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

Unfortunately, 2014 ended with some brutal cases of domestic violence.  In Edmonton, a woman and seven of her family members and friends were killed by her ex-husband before he shot himself. In Fort Worth, Texas, a woman and her two daughters were killed by her ex-boyfriend who then killed himself. In BC, spousal homicide was […]

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Book Review: I Am Malala

I Am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban By: Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb I Am Malala is the memoir of one of the world’s most famous teenagers even though she is not in films and does not have a new album coming out. Malala Yousafzai is […]

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Our Collective Responsibility

On Jan. 13, the CBC reported on under-aged prostitution in Halifax and one mother’s quest to bring it to an end. The mother (whose identity is protected) discovered that her 13 year old daughter was advertised online and had been sold for sex on numerous occasions. A story like this is outraging and urges us […]

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Employment Opportunities Now Available

Have you checked out our Employment Opportunities page? We currently have 3 positions available. Email resumes to director@survivors-hope.ca to apply. Applications close October 11th.

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