THE POWER OF WOMEN WORKING TOGETHER
Connect for fun, learning, and impact
Socializing, learning and working together to promote lifelong education, to improve the status of women and girls, and to enable women to effect positive change for a peaceful, sustainable future.
International Women’s Day Breakfast and Panel Discussion – March 8
Navigating Uncertain Times – February 28
Welcoming Refugees – November 22
Young Women in Business: Joys and Challenges – January 24, 7 p.m. on Zoom
Confronting Hate – October 25
Avoiding Litigation – September 27
Community Development and Capacity Building
Creating Broad Sectoral Community Centres
Restoring VIA Rail Service
Resilience: 50 Indigenous Art Cards and Teaching Guide
The Prosperity Project
2021-22 Speaker Program Launch! – September 28
National Truth and Reconciliation Day
Join in Our Food Waste Reduction Campaign!
Two Perspectives on the Pandemic: CFUW-Stratford Club AGM and Dinner, June 1/21
GET IN TOUCH
It is our great privilege to share in the lives and stories of our Indigenous Peoples on this beautiful land, the site of thousands of years of human activity, much of which has been the work of Indigenous women who have maintained cultures rich in knowledge, history, skills and environmental stewardship. We are grateful. We acknowledge that the land we stand upon today is the traditional territory of the Anishinabe, the Haudenosonee and the Neutral peoples. We recognize the First Peoples continued stewardship of the land and water.
Today many Indigenous Peoples continue to call this land home and act as its stewards. And this responsibility extends to all peoples, to share and care for this land for generations to come.