March 2019 Ontario Council News

Coldest Night of the Year CFUW Orillia had nine members on their Coldest Night of the Year 2019 team, CFUW Orillia Walkers, and raised $3500 for the Orillia Lighthouse Centre and Building Hope. CFUW Guelph Warm Walkers On a not so cold evening, February 23rd, 5 CFUW members plus 6 family members participated in The […]

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January 2019 Ontario Council News

CFUW Etobicoke As part of our Centennial Celebration, members of CFUW Etobicoke and friends donated over 200 books for kids and mums to Women’s Habitat to be given to their clients and their children as Christmas presents. The Little Sun Centennial Project: The Little Sun is a portable solar lamp provided to impoverished and displaced […]

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CFUW North Bay Charitable Trust Dinner

December 3, 2018 marked the 15th yearof our Charitable Trust Dinner, an evening of ceremony, reverence and reflection.The Dinner is an annual event held during the 16 Days of Activism againstgender Based Violence to honour the memory of the 14 women who died on December6, 1989 at the Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal. It is also […]

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CFUW Ontario Council celebrates 40 years

“  …and we had to have the meeting over by 3 p.m. so the ladies could go shopping…” A wonderful memory as related by 97 year old Betty Tugman, the third president of CFUW Ontario Council at the celebration on Saturday, November 24, who finished her reminiscence with the same message! Betty elaborated on the […]

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December 6 Vigil – CFUW Southport

On the 29th anniversary of the massacre at L’Ecole Polytechnique, Southport hosted our 28th Vigil Against Violence Against Women to remember the 14 women killed in Montreal plus all women living with violence. This year as well, we remembered Maisy Odjick, one of 1200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Maisy disappeared 10 years […]

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