PATHS’ Work in the Media: Selected Articles from 2017
March 8, 2018. Regina women working to change story of domestic violence. CTV News.
January 12, 2018 – Violence against women is more than double the national average in Prince Albert, SK. PA Now
December 13, 2017. What Clare’s Law could mean for Saskatchewan and domestic violence. Regina Leader-Post.
December 6, 2017. Saskatchewan legislation calls for unpaid leave for domestic violence victims. National Post.
December 6, 2017. Saskatchewan legislation calls for unpaid leave for domestic violence victims. CTV News.
December 6, 2017. Sask. employers fear paid days off for victims of violence could lead to hiring fewer women. CBC News.
December 6, 2017. Sask. government grants 10 days of leave from work to survivors of interpersonal violence. Regina Leader-Post.
December 3, 2017. Advocates call for more support from Canadian government for women in South Sudan. Regina Leader-Post.
November 2, 2017. Saskatchewan report outlines the help needed by workers experiencing domestic violence. Rabble News
October 31, 2017. “They are afraid to come forward.” PATHS releases results of Sask. study on Intimate Partner Violence. 620 CKRM
October 27, 2017. Sask. study suggests government do more to help victims of domestic violence at work. CBC News.
October 27, 2017. Domestic violence costing Sask. employers: study. Global News.
October 27, 2017. Workplaces must get on board to reduce intimate partner violence: PATHS report. Regina Leader-Post.
October 25, 2017. SaskTel’s Phones for a Fresh Start program. CTV Morning Live Regina.
October 17, 2017. SaskTel puts old phones to good use. Regina Leader-Post.
October 17, 2017. SaskTel recycling cellular devices to help women fleeing domestic violence. Global News.
October 10, 2017. Issue of domestic violence highlighted recently in Saskatchewan. 620 CKRM.
October 5, 2017. Wife-killer John Strang displayed deadly warning signs. CBC Saskatchewan.
October 5, 2017. Final report on Sask. domestic violence deaths due in next 2 months. CBC Saskatchewan.
July 7, 2017. ‘Lives could be at stake’: Women’s groups want feds to act on Sask. STC closure. CBC Saskatchewan.
June 1, 2017. “STC was a ‘lifeline’ for escaping domestic violence, says organization”. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 20, 2017. Domestic violence should be considered by employers, SFL says. Regina Leader-Post
May 17, 2017. ‘It gives me hope’: New program uses Indigenous knowledge to help survivors of domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 12, 2017. ‘Are you okay?’: Expert offers tips to prevent domestic abuse. CKOM.
May 11, 2017. Saskatchewan’s domestic homicide review doesn’t go far enough, says victim’s sister. CBC Saskatchewan.
May 9, 2017. “He’s going to kill me this time,”: domestic violence survivor shares her story. Global.
April 26, 2017. Names and faces all that change in Saskatchewan’s hold on domestic violence. Regina Leader-Post.
April 26, 2017. Domestic violence support workers want to see further prevention through education. Global.
April 19, 2017. Riders release Justin Cox after alleged domestic violence incident. Regina Leader-Post.
April 10, 2017. Sask. residents fleeing domestic violence can now break a lease penalty-free. Global.
April 10, 2017. People fleeing domestic violence get chance to end leases in Saskatchewan. National Newswatch (Canadian Press)
April 10, 2017. Sask. legislation change aims to help people escape abuse. CKOM.
April 10, 2017. Change to tenancy legislation ‘difference between life and death’: PATHS. CBC Saskatchewan.
March 17, 2017. Domestic violence survivor wishes Sask. bill could have come earlier. Global.
March 15, 2017. NDP introduces bill for domestic violence victims. Regina Leader-Post.
March 8, 2017. Saskatchewan group PATHS urges job protection for victims of domestic violence. Global.
March 8, 2017. Gatherings held in Regina, Saskatoon for International Women’s Day. CBC Saskatchewan.
March 8, 2017. Saskatchewan group urges job protection for victims of domestic violence. Canadian Occupational Safety (Thomson Reuters).
March 1, 2017. International women’s day: Including those on the sidelines. INK Online (University of Regina School of Journalism).
February 16, 2017. ‘I just need to make a stand’: Sask.’s 2015 rate of domestic violence highest among provinces. Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
February 10, 2017. Rural distress: As Jane’s story shows, spousal abuse is a stubborn fact of life for many country women. Country Guide.
January 15, 2017. Sask. advocate sees benefit in educating salon workers on domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.
January 4, 2017. Why beauty professionals are being trained to prevent domestic abuse. Global.
January 4, 2017. Pilot project designed for Indigenous survivors of domestic violence. CBC Saskatchewan.