THUNDER BAY – January 19th saw women across North America and around the world on the march. The marchers walked in solidarity for equality, respect and to empower future generations
From coast to coast women rallied and marched to raise awareness of women’s issues. Cold weather in Canada and the northern United States didn’t deter women from the cause. In Saskatoon with a blistering wind chill of -36c dozens of women gathered.
In Winnipeg, despite the cold, the Walk was a success.
— Dougald Lamont (@DFLamont) January 20, 2019
In Saskatoon hundreds came out. The Mayor participated.
-36 wind chill didn’t stop the Saskatoon women’s march to end gender based violence this morning. This work is as important as ever, thank you to the organizers and all of those who came out to support! #yxe #WomensMarch @womensmarchSask pic.twitter.com/70JUMmQ9sj
— Charlie Clark (@charlieclarkyxe) January 19, 2019
Bitter Cold in Regina did not deter people from participating.
— Jessie Anton (@jessieanton_) January 19, 2019
In Ottawa, Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Patty Hadju walked with the women and their supporters.
— Patty Hajdu (@PattyHajdu) January 19, 2019
In Montana, the Walk was Hosted by Local Indigenous Organizers
— Maxine Speier (@maxinespeier) January 20, 2019
(Video) the whole of #WomensMarchBerlin passing Lustgarten in a quick timelapse. Thousands marching for intersectional #feminism and to #EndPatriarchy.#WomensMarch #berlin #b1901 #mybodymychoice @ProChoice_DE @DemsinBerlin pic.twitter.com/2HarIkO0qb
— 🎈 (@werdasliestist) January 19, 2019