About Glen Canning

Glen Canning is an award winning advocate for victims of sexual assault and one of Huffington Post Canada's top contributors.

The Life, Death, and Legacy of Rehtaeh Parsons

The crimes against Leah's daughter highlighted significant problems with many of the institutions parents rely to keep their children safe and eventually, this story would the catalyst for change. It’s just a shame that Leah’s daughter Rehteah had to pay for those changes with her life.

2020-12-16T17:01:35+00:00December 16th, 2020|Rehtaeh Parsons|

Back Online

My site has been down for the past couple weeks as I worked on an update and made some changes. Just getting things ready for the upcoming book release (still looking at May 2021). Please take care of yourself and stay safe. COVID-19 has been an international nightmare and it’s going to take a heavy toll on our mental health. If you need help reach out or if you know someone alone give the ma call. We’re in this together and together we can get through it.

2020-12-03T14:30:58+00:00December 3rd, 2020|Mental Health|

Getting the Toxic Out of Masculinity

"I believe that there are three levels of change upon which we can alter gender-based violence: self, community and the world."Kevin Vowles Having spent the past seven years speaking to hundreds of young men about gender based violence and sexual assault, one thing that always stands out to me is their willingness to do something

2020-06-30T15:59:58+00:00June 30th, 2020|Rape Culture, Sexual Assault|

He came disguised as a man of God #JusticeForToyin

A 19-year-old Black Lives Matter protester Oluwatoyin Salau has been found dead days after tweeting that a man who offered her a ride to church had molested her, according to reports on Twitter. Salau was last seen in Tallahassee, Florida, on June 6, reported USA Today citing the Tallahassee Police Department. Before she disappeared, Salau posted

2020-06-15T14:51:12+00:00June 15th, 2020|Sexual Assault|

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