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CFUW Sudbury will be hosting its 23rd Celebrate Women event on June 13th and the speaker is Dr. Danielle Martin, who will be talking about her book "Better Now, Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for all Canadians". You might remember hearing about Dr. Martin as she was in the news about a year ago when Bernie Saunders brought her to speak to the House of Representatives in the US. She proved to be a very unflappable speaker.Find out more »
CFUW Kincardine cordially invites you to attend our June Speaker Event featuring Dr. Andrea O’Reilly speaking on the Changing Role Of Motherhood. I have had the pleasure of hearing Dr. O’Reilly speak on this subject a couple of years ago. She makes this topic interesting and informative. She helps to clarify the Role of Motherhood as she takes the audience through moments of the history of Motherhood to present day.
Please see the attached detailed poster to invite Members and Mom’s within your organization.
Meet the Candidates for Tay Valley Township Council Tay Valley Township will have its own “Meet the Candidates” event at the Glen Tay Public School on 155 Harper Road on Wednesday September 26, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Hosted by the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Perth & District and with Brian Perkin of Lake 88 as moderator, this is an opportunity for voters to hear from their candidates in person. All Tay Valley Township candidates for the October…Find out more »
Morning Plenary Guest Speaker Andrea O’Reilly, PhD, Professor, School of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, York University, founder and director of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement TOPIC: "When my kids were young..." The Changing Role of Motherhood in the 20th and 21st Centuries Andrea O’Reilly will explore how and why the image and role of ‘good’ motherhood has changed over the last eighty years in North America. Beginning with a discussion of the celebration of the working mother during…Find out more »
October 4th is a day where we honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). The violence experienced by Indigenous women and girls in Canada is a national tragedy. We must take the time to give thanks to the families who are our reason for demanding continued action.
A vigil can take many forms, from a moment of silence, to a rally, to a community feast. All that is important is that you take some time on or around October 4th to mark the day.
The October 4th Sisters In Spirit (SIS) Vigils are powerful movements of social change. The number of SIS Vigils has grown from 11 in 2006 to an impressive 212 vigils in 2017.
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Notice of Intent to submit a resolution including topic and brief rationale, received by the Resolutions Committee Chair firstname.lastname@example.org, the Club’s Regional Director, the relevant Standing Committee Chair and the President of CFUW Ontario Council.Find out more »
In recognition of Women’s History month invites Women and girls of all ages & stages to celebrate Canada’s 89th ‘Persons’ Day by Honouring Women in Public & Political LifeFind out more »