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The woman, a co-founder of "Dis son nom," won't have to reveal her identity.
“It’s very public. It’s very brutal, and it feels like it’s only the beginning."
The Canadian Judicial Council told MPs about its concerns with Bill C-5.
The former film producer was found guilty of two counts in New York.
Some sexual assault survivors already have to wait months for counselling.
The landmark verdict is a milestone moment in the Me Too era.
The bill will ensure federal judges are “actually competent” in sexual assault law, Ambrose says.
A conversation with her attacker changed her life.
“I didn’t know that we had to bring our own mace and rape whistles,” comedian Kelly Bachman said to the audience, which included Weinstein and his entourage.