Women March in Solidarity and Unity – and in Canada in Frigid Cold

Thousands of people participate in the Third Annual Women's March at Freedom Plaza in Washington, U.S., January 19, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

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.

In Saskatoon hundreds came out. The Mayor participated.

Bitter Cold in Regina did not deter people from participating.

In Ottawa, Thunder Bay-Superior North MP Patty Hadju walked with the women and their supporters.

In Montana, the Walk was Hosted by Local Indigenous Organizers

In Berlin:

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