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Want to help change the world? Tell your story. Say what you think. Ask hard questions. Listen. This month, we’re starting powerful conversations about consent, sexual assault, and healthy connections. We invite you to join the conversation and be part of creating positive change for women and girls!
Now that we all practically live on our smartphones, it’s important to ask ourselves: “How healthy are my online relationships?” Have a look at our resources on how to build healthy relationships online and pass them on!
Though Canada is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, there is a major economic problem that we have yet to solve: poverty. Find out what this means for women and girls in Canada, and how we can level the economic playing field.
It's both National Aboriginal History Month and Pride Month in Canada - a great time to celebrate some of the wonderfully diverse communities across this country. We all have wisdom to share and all of our communities have resources to offer. When we work together, our differences make us stronger!
During this month's Campaign to End Violence, we're raising awareness and raising funds to stop the violence - for good. What will it take to end violence?
More people seem to be realizing why some women stay in abusive relationships. It's time to stop blaming women for their choices and to start making sure they have the support they need. What role do women's shelters play in preventing violence?
Sunday was International Women's Day and a great day to celebrate all of the amazing progress women have made towards gender equality. To create this kind of social change, we need to take on leadership. But what does that word really mean?
Want to give your loved ones something special this Valentine's Day? How about stronger, healthier relationships? To get started, join our #HealthyLove movement and make a VDay promise.
It's the time of year to make new resolutions, take on new challenges, and create new goals. Yet thousands of women in Canada have only one goal: to move out of poverty and achieve financial independence. thanks to perseverance, the right kind of community programs, and a vibrant network of women helping women, many courageous women have started the journey.