A new survey from the Yukon Women’s Coalition finds that most victims of sexual or verbal harassment in a Whitehorse cab don’t know how or where to report it.
That’s one of many major revelations from the first survey on taxi safety conducted in the territory.
“People don’t think that their information will be either kept safe or responded to appropriately,” says Aja Mason, the executive director of the Yukon Status of Women Council.
“They don’t believe that any meaningful change will come out of reporting.”
The survey, released online, asked respondents to answer a mix of multiple selection and open-ended questions about their experiences in Whitehorse cabs. The coalition also collected
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