On December 6, 1989, 14 young women at Montréal's École polytechnique were systematically hunted down and shot to death in what became known as the Montréal Massacre. In response, a band of Vancouver feminists set out to create Canada's first national monument to name and remember the 14 women. Marker of Change: The Story of the Women's Monument documents their seven-year struggle to create "something loving, something permanent" for all women murdered by men.
"People think the women's movement is dead, passé, irrelevant. They should watch this film."
- Francine Pelletier, journalist