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

HERd Zine League

LUSO Community Services                                                                  London, ON  HERd Zine League builds participants’ media literacy skills, encouraging them to think critically about how commercial media promotes gender stereotypes. Girls also learn how to use zines and other media to promote positive, empowering images and messages. Participants will use their own talents – writing, drawing, collage, and poetry – […]


Intergenerational Girls’ Empowerment Program 

First Light (St. John’s Native Friendship Centre)                                 St. John’s, NL  Elders and seniors play an important role in Indigenous culture as the keepers of knowledge, wisdom, and traditions. The Intergenerational Girls Empowerment Program will connect participants with community Elders and seniors as mentors, and offer outings, guest speakers, and cultural activities. Both the participating girls and […]


Girls Can … 

Mini University Brandon, Manitoba Girls Can … engages participants in science through interactive, fun, and non-judgmental activities. Projects include programming robots, 3D printing, cooking, digital music, media literacy, floor hockey and more – all with a science twist. Girls can also participate in equine-assisted learning that uses horses in experiential learning. The overall aim is […]


SADI Girls’ Group Mentoring Program

Survivor’s Hope                                                                                  Pinawa, Manitoba  The SADI Girls’ Group Mentorship program takes place in two rural Manitoba communities, Sagkeeng First Nation and Powerview-Pine Falls. Facilitators train high-school mentors in both communities to lead empowering and accessible programming for Grade 6 students. Discussions and activities focus on respect, self and community care, leadership, and healthy relationships, while allowing […]


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