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Category: Leadership

Women’s History Month: Set Women’s Accomplishments in Stone

Shannen Koostachin Monument photo by Tyler Fauvelle

Public art is an important part of ensuring diverse women’s accomplishments are, quite literally, set in stone.

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Vote for Gender Equality: 2019 Federal Election

Person holding a sticker that says "I voted"

On October 21, 2019, Canada will hold a federal election. People who are eligible to vote will elect a member of Parliament to represent their riding in the House of Commons.

In the lead-up period, candidates in the 338 ridings across Canada will campaign to win votes.

This is a critical opportunity to ask your riding’s candidates what they and their party are planning to do to strengthen gender equality if they win the election.

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Girls Got Game Goes Global

A photo of the lobby of the United Nations

Facilitator of Girls Got Game, Camila Serna, attended the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in March, and has taken many of the lessons she learned there back to the girls group.

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Shannen’s Dream: 4 Ways to Work Towards Equity in Education this National Indigenous History Month

Shannen Koostachen

Shannen Koostachin wanted all First Nations kids to attend safe and comfortable schools and receive culturally-relevant education. Today, we’re calling for the same.

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