Last year, on January 21, 2017, people of all backgrounds--women and men and gender nonconforming people, young and old, of diverse faiths, differently abled, immigrants and indigenous--came together, 5 million strong, on all seven continents of the world.
In 2018, on January 20th, we march again.
Women's March Canada recognizes that there is no true peace, freedom, or inclusion without equity for all. Events across the country on January 20th will feature music, art, community booths, and speakers in a shared voice of resistance with advocacy aligned with the national Women’s March Unity Principles: ending violence, protection of reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, workers’ rights, civil rights, disability rights, immigrant rights, Indigenous people’s rights and environmental justice. We look forward to sharing this experience with you and engaging our many communities even further.
2018 Sister Marches
Sister Marches are solidarity events inspired by the Women's March on Washington and organized by volunteers around the world. Information on Sister Marches is updated daily. Check back soon if you do not see a march in your area. If you don't see your city listed here, please consider becoming a Sister March organizer for your community.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Looking for information about pussy hats? The Pussyhat Project™ is a social movement focused on raising awareness about women's issues and advancing human rights by promoting dialogue and innovation through the arts, education and intellectual discourse. The Pussyhat™ is a symbol of support and solidarity for women's rights and political resistance. To make a hat, give a hat and wear a hat, visit their website: https://www.pussyhatproject.com/
Don't see your city? Want to help existing organizers in your city? Volunteer to help today!
How to March
Welcome to the movement, and thank you for considering hosting a Sister March on January 20, 2018. The Women’s March is a grassroots effort and you are leading it! Hosting a local Women’s March is a great way to organize your community, make your voice heard, and help build the movement.
The goal of the Women's March 2018 Organizing Toolkit is to provide guidance and support to your local efforts. The following guidelines and suggestions will help you organize safe, successful events that receive positive attention and help build this powerful movement beyond January 20.
Promote your Women's March Canada March
Weekly Call Information for March Organizers
Women's March Canada will be hosting weekly information call for all March organizers across Canada. Whether you’re a veteran organizer or have never done this before, we'll share steps you need to take to get your March on the map.
We work peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.
HEAR OUR VOICE.
The Women's March Canada website allows you to list your 2018 March on our site for all visitors to see and register for. All local March organizers will be able to set up their events on our calendar. Events can be linked to existing Facebook and Meetup events, or you can simply post your event to Facebook right through Women's March Canada. Your Sister March webpage on our site will also allow you to make requests for volunteers
We believe that together we can create transformative social change. Our experience from the Women’s March 2017 shows that together we have impact beyond our wildest expectations.