Women are more aware of other people’s pain

You are browsing the Radio-Canada website Skip to main contentGo to footerHelp with navigationStart of main content Start of content Women are more aware of other people’s pain 10 minute duration10 minutes A new study concludes that women are more effective than men in discriminating expression intensities.PHOTO: Radio Canada A new study conducted at the … Read more

Canadian women suffer first setback at World Basketball

The Canadian basketball players lost 75-72 to the host country of the tournament, which also clinched their ticket to the quarterfinals on Monday following their triumph. Canada was in perfect control 33-19 in the second half of the second quarter until Australia scored 19 unanswered points to take the lead at halftime. Nirra Fields and … Read more

When women stand

It’s called having a forehead all around your head. Christiane Amanpour, the star journalist of CNN, was to do an interview with Iranian President Raisi in New York. But when the president’s entourage asked Amanpour to wear the veil, the hijab, she refused. The interview has been cancelled. The image of Christiane Amanpour, her hair … Read more

Ingrid St-Pierre launches a music video with 50 women from the Mothers at the Front movement

Singer-songwriter Ingrid St-Pierre unveiled a new song on Wednesday called mothers, accompanied by a music video signed by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette and Frédérique Bérubé. We can see 50 women from the Mothers at the front movement with their children, all wearing a green heart, a sign of their commitment to the fight against climate change. mothers … Read more

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