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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.

Confronting Hate – October 25

Carrie Wreford is co-owner of Bradshaws, Small-Mart and Werk-Shop - three retail shops she runs...

Avoiding Litigation – September 27

Martha is the principal lawyer at Martha Cook Professional Corporation in Stratford.  Martha...

General Meeting – September 27, 7pm at Gallery Stratford All Welcome

Speaker: September 27, 2022, 7pm. First General Meeting of 2022-2023 Gallery Stratford. All are...

Community Development and Capacity Building

Debra Swan has been supporting organizations serving the most vulnerable among us for over 30...

Creating Broad Sectoral Community Centres

Kendra Fry had a long career in the arts mostly as a General Manager in theatre before beginning...

Restoring VIA Rail Service

Departure time of Stratford’s only Via Rail train to Toronto (Union Station) now occurs at 11:16...

Resilience: 50 Indigenous Art Cards and Teaching Guide

Cynthia Carlson, CFUW Stratford vice-president, will present the project Resilience: the story of...

The Prosperity Project

Pamela Jeffery, an international thought leader and subject-matter expert on the topic of...

2021-22 Speaker Program Launch! – September 28

This year’s speaker program theme is Building Resiliency. A year of adversity, isolation and...

National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Thursday, September 30 is National Truth and Reconciliation Day more popularly known as Orange...

Join in Our Food Waste Reduction Campaign!

Our new Food Waste Reduction webpage collects all our campaign posts. Find it here! On Earth Day...

Two Perspectives on the Pandemic: CFUW-Stratford Club AGM and Dinner, June 1/21

June 1 Zoom Annual General Meeting 6:00 Take out Dinner and Zoom Break-out Rooms 7:00 p.m.  "Two...

CFUW-Stratford Member Sends Message of Humour and Hope

"These lyrics have been crafted and generously shared with us by a  member who has been active in ...

Native Plants for a Sustainable Garden

Native Plants: Information and Resources Click the links below to find the perfect native plants...

Underdeveloped Water Infrastructure on First Nations: CFUW-Stratford Meeting April 27, 2021

Our Guest Speaker for our April 27th General Meeting will be Dr. Brittany Luby from the Faculty of...

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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.