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We used the following resources for our statistics, information and guidance

Getting the Facts

Brennan, Shannon. “Police-reported Crime Statistics in Canada, 2011.” Juristat. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X (2012). Web. July 2013.

Brennan, Shannon and Andrea Taylor-Butts. “Sexual Assault in Canada, 2004 and 2007.” Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series, no. 19. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M (2008). Web. July 2013.

Finn, Jerry. “A Survey of Online Harassment at a University Campus.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 19, no. 4 (2004) : 468-483. Web. July 2013.

Changing Attitudes, Changing Lives: Ontario’s Sexual Violence Action Plan – Progress Report June 2013. Toronto: Government of Ontario (2011). Web. July 2013.

Johnson, Holly. Measuring Violence Against Women: Statistical Trends 2006. Catalogue no. 85-570-X. Ottawa: Statistics Canada (2006). Web. July 2013.

Johnson, I. and R. Sigler. “Forced Sexual Intercourse Among Intimates,” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.15 (1) ; 2000. Web. July 2013

“Myths and Facts About Sexual Assault” Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton. University of Edmonton. 2010. <https://www.sace.ab.ca/images/Brochures/mythsandfactsaboutsanov2010.pdf>

“Myths and Realities.” Challenging Sexual Violence. Metrac (2011). Web. July 2013. <http://challengesexualviolence.org>

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs. Hate violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities in the United States in 2010 (2011) : 23. Web. July 2013.

Nicol, Julia. “Under-Reporting and Low Conviction Rates for Sexual Assault.” HillNotes: Library of Parliament Research Publications (April 2013). Web. July 2013.

Olive, Victoria C. “Sexual Assault Against Women of Color” Journal of Student Research 1 (2012) : 1-9. Web. July 2013.

Ontario Native Women’s Association and Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres. A Strategic Framework to End Violence Against Aboriginal Women (2007) : 3. Web. July 2013.

Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres. “Aboriginal Sexual Violence Action Plan.” Ontario Native Woman’s Association (2011). Web. July 2013.

Ontario Women’s Directorate. Developing a Response to Sexual Violence: A Resources Guide for Ontario’s Colleges and Universities. Government of Ontario (2013). Web. July 2013.

“Our Rape Prone World: It’s Distorted in the Media” Consented (2013). Web. July 2013.

Perreault, Samuel. Criminal Victimization and Health: A Profile of Victimizations Among Persons with Activity Limitations or Other Health Problems. Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series, no. 19. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M (2009). Web. July 2013.

Perreault, Samuel and Shannon Brennan. “Criminal Victimization in Canada, 2009.” Juristat. Vol. 30, no. 2. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X (2010). Web. July 2013.

Scrim, Katie. “Aboriginal Victimization in Canada: A Summary of the Literature” Victims of Crime Research Digest no. 3. Canada. Department of Justice (2006). Web. July 2013

“Sexual Assault Facts and Information – Statistics.” Kawartha Sexual Assault Support Centre (n.d.). Web. July 2013. <http://www.kawarthasexualassaultcentre.com/the_facts >

Sinha, Maire. “Measuring Violence Against Women: Statistical Trends.” Juristat. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-X (2013). Web. July 2013.

Statistics Canada, The Daily, General Social Survey: Victimization 2004. July 7, 2005.

“The Ask First Campaign.” Ask First! Campaign: It’s About Consent. University of Toronto (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

“Tools For Change” Consented, 2013. Web. July 2013.

Vaillancourt, Roxan. “Gender Differences in Police-reported Violent Crime in Canada, 2008” Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Profile Series. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85F0033M, no 24 (2010). Web. July 2013.

Campus Specific

Johnson, Holly and Jenna MacKay. Building Prevention: Sexual Violence, Youth and Drinking (Ottawa: Ottawa Coalition to End Violence against Women (2011). Web. July 2013.

Ontario Women’s Directorate. Developing a Response to Sexual Violence: A Resources Guide for Ontario’s Colleges and Universities. Government of Ontario (2013). Web. July 2013.

Lichty, Lauren F, Rebecca Campbell and Jayne Schulteman. “Developing a University Wide Institutional Response to Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence,” Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 36, no. 1-2 (2008) : 6. Web. July 2013.
Marjorie R. Sable, Fran Danis, L. Mauzy, and Sarah K. Gallagher. “Barriers to Reporting Sexual Assault for Women and Men: Perspectives of College Students” Journal of American College Health 55. no. 3 (2006) : 157-162. Web. July 2013.
“Myths and Facts About Sexual Assault” Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton. University of Edmonton (2010). <https://www.sace.ab.ca/images/Brochures/mythsandfactsaboutsanov2010.pdf>

“Prevention.” University of Alberta Wellness Services: Sexual Assault Centre. University of Alberta (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

Rothman, Emily F., Deinera Exner and Allyson L. Baughman. “The Prevalence of Sexual Assault Against People Who Identify as Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual in the United States: A Systematic Review. Trauma Violence, & Abuse 12(2) (2011). Web. July 2013.

“Sexual Assault Statistics. Anti.Violence Project. University of Victoria (June 2012). Web. July 2013. < http://antiviolenceproject.org/info/sexual-assault-statistics >

“The Ask First Campaign.” Ask First! Campaign: It’s About Consent. University of Toronto (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

“Tools For Change” Consented, 2013. Web. July 2013.

Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault

Abbey, Antonia et al. “Alcohol and Sexual Assault” Alcohol Research and Health: The Journal of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 25, no. 1 (2001) : 43-51. Web. July 2013.

Adlar, Edward M., A. Demers, & L. Gliksman (Eds.). Canadian Campus Survey 2004. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (2005).

Du Mont, Janice et al. “Factors Associated with Suspected Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault” Canadian Medical Association Journal 180, no. 5 (2009).

Du Mont, J., Macdonald, S., Rotbard, N., Bainbridge, D., & Asllani, E., Smith, N. & Cohen, M.M. “Drug-facilitated sexual assault in Ontario, Canada: Toxicological and DNA findings.” Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine (2010) : 1-6.
Johnson, Holly and Jenna MacKay. Building Prevention: Sexual Violence, Youth and Drinking (Ottawa: Ottawa Coalition to End Violence against Women (2011). Web. July 2013.

Lichty, Lauren F, Rebecca Campbell and Jayne Schulteman. “Developing a University Wide Institutional Response to Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence,” Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 36, no. 1-2 (2008) : 6. Web. July 2013.

Marjorie R. Sable, Fran Danis, L. Mauzy, and Sarah K. Gallagher . “Barriers to Reporting Sexual Assault for Women and Men: Perspectives of College Students” Journal of American College Health 55. no. 3 (2006) :157-162. Web. July 2013.

“The Ask First Campaign.” Ask First! Campaign: It’s About Consent. University of Toronto (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

“The Hard Facts.” Sexualityandu.ca. Canadian Federation of Sexual Health, 2012. Web. July 2013.

University of Saskatchewan Binge Drinking Prevention Committee, University of Saskatchewan Student Binge Drinking Prevention Campaign (July 2011). Web. July 2013.

Engaging in Change

Canadian Women’s Foundation. “The Facts About Violence Against Women.” Stop the Violence” Canadian Women’s Foundation (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

Johnson, Holly and Jenna MacKay. Building Prevention: Sexual Violence, Youth and Drinking (Ottawa: Ottawa Coalition to End Violence against Women. (2011). Web. July 2013.

Minerson, Todd et al. Issue Brief: Engaging Men and Boys to Reduce and Prevent Gender-based Violence. Ottawa: Status of Women Canada (2011) : 2. Web. July 2013.

“Prevention.” University of Alberta Wellness Services: Sexual Assault Centre. University of Alberta (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

“The Ask First Campaign.” Ask First! Campaign: It’s About Consent. University of Toronto (n.d.). Web. July 2013.

“Tools For Change” Consented, 2013. Web. July 2013.

University of Michigan. “Sexual Assault and Women of Colour.” SAPAC: Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Centre (n.d.). Web. August 2013.

Women Against Violence Against Women. “Supporting Survivors” Women Against Violence Against Women (2012) : 2. Web. July 2013. <http://www.wavaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/SupportingSurvivors.pdf>

Excellent Websites

Ontario Human Rights Code – http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/ontario-human-rights-code

Kawartha Sexual Assault Support Centre – http://www.kawarthasexualassaultcentre.com

University of Victoria – Anti.Violence Campaign – http://antiviolenceproject.org

Canadian Federation of Students – http://www.cfs-fcee.ca

Canadian Federation of Sexual Health – http://www.cfsh.ca

Statistics Canada – http://www.statcan.gc.ca/start-debut-eng.html

Sexual Assault Network (Ottawa) – http://www.sanottawa.com

National Sexual Violence Resource Centre (American) – http://www.nsvrc.org

For an interesting read on the intersectionality of race and rape, please visit: http://www.safercampus.org/blog/2009/10/race-and-rape-keeping-racism-out-of-your-campaign/