COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Yellowknife Women’s Society

Exploring Social Enterprise for Women Experiencing Homelessness First Nations, Inuit and Métis women are disproportionately represented among the homeless population in Yellowknife, and discrimination remains a key barrier to both employment and housing. The Yellowknife Women’s Society is buying a hotel that will be converted into housing for women transitioning out of homelessness. Given that […]


Building Capacity and Support Groups for Healing from Trauma in South Slave Region

Kátl’odeeche First Nation, Hay River This project will establish a culturally safe group for women in the Kátł’odeeche First Nation community, where participants can build on their strengths, and heal from trauma and addiction. It will include a series of workshops for women who have experienced violence and trauma, based on a culturally adapted version […]


Change the Stats

Inuvik Youth Centre Society, Inuvik Change the Stats provides girls who are at risk of experiencing gendered violence with a weekly support and action group. In a workshop, the group will explore concepts around violence and abuse, as well as plan monthly actions or events to educate the community or increase access to support for […]



MakeWay EntrepreNorth’s mission is to empower northern community-based and Indigenous entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses and livelihoods across Northern Canada through a 6-month, cohort-based support program. EntrepreNorth supports entrepreneurs in the post-launch, early stage phase who are working to overcome barriers to business growth. Program participants come from all three territories—Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut—and […]


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