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On January 21, 2017, tens of thousands of Canadians took to the streets from coast to coast, and in Washington, D.C., joining together to defend women’s equality and other causes. We know there are events across the country that women and allies need to know about. Our mission is to inspire, unite and lead the charge for the advancement of women across Canada. Any time women gather with a collective intention, it's a powerful thing. Let's see this happen across Canada!

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  • Women's March Global - Open House

    • Monday, September 17, 2018 at 07:00 AM – September 24, 2018
    • Online
    • 1 person is going

    Women's March Global is excited to hold an open house the week of 17th of September.

    We will be hosting live Facebook Video webinars where YOU can discover our community, campaigns, partners, members, and our new Global Platform!

    Stay tuned for event releases for our Facebook live webinars and for giveaways next week.

  • YW Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®

    • Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 11:00 AM
    • YWCA Calgary in Calgary, AB, Canada

    YW WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES® Presented by Shoppers Drug Mart is an annual fundraising event that asks women and men to STEP UP and take a stand to help break the cycle of family violence in our city. Although family violence is a very serious matter, this fun and light-hearted event asks participants to challenge each other to participate and help women and their children walk away from family violence.

    Domestic abuse has steadily been rising in Calgary with the last few years showing 34% more incidents than the 5-year average. In fact, police responded to 3,089 domestic violence calls in the first three quarters of 2017.

    On Tuesday, September 18, hundreds of Calgarians will put on a pair of high heels and strut down Stephen Avenue to support women and their families. Individuals register online and commit to fundraising $1,000 each so we can reach the fundraising goal of $250,000.

    Through emergency shelter, housing, counselling, outreach and family access services, YW Calgary strives to enable women and children to live free of violence. We provide them with a safe and secure place to stay, case management, referrals and support while taking steps to cope with the trauma and crisis in their lives. We also help men in our adult programs, promoting long-term solutions to the issues.

    To do this we need your help, challenge yourself or someone else today to fundraise and change the lives of hundreds of women and children trapped in domestic abuse.


  • Women's March Canada Waterloo Region Meeting

    We hope everyone had some amazing last days of summer! We are excited to see all of you and plan for this year. 

    At this meeting we will be debriefing our last meeting, discussing fundraiser details, planning for our March, and sharing news from Women's March Global.

    Free parking is available at St. Paul's you will not be ticketed. There will be signs in the building leading to the room.

    New members are welcome! If you are able please bring a device for our interactive polling, phones, tablets and laptops all work! 

  • Inspiring Women

    • Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 08:00 AM
    • Bingemans in Kitchener , ON, Canada
    • $150.00 CAD

    This year, for the 12th Anniversary, we are planning nothing short of an amazing day!!

    The Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and the Waterloo Region Small Business Centre are thrilled to announce that the 2018 Inspiring Women Event will be held on September 20th!

    This event is designed to motivate, inspire, connect and celebrate women in business, professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate leadership. Since its inception in 2006, over 7,000 women have participated in this unique day of learning, sharing experiences and information, acquiring new contacts, networking with peers and learning from the experts.

    This year we have an amazing speaker line-up of leading Canadian Women: Sarah Richardson, host of Sarah Off the Grid on HGTV Canada, Elizabeth Heald, President & CEO, KW Community Foundation, Jody O'Malley & Kirstie Herbstreit, Co-Owners of The Culinary Studio & The Well, and Zahra Al-Harazi, Entrepreneur and Transformative Leadership Expert. 

    We will be hosting a Dress for Success Drive and ask attendees to donate business appropriate clothing, shoes, and accessories to help empower local women entering the workforce.  Donations are accepted by The Green Door. Over 500 items of clothing were collected last year including dozens of shoes, purses and accessories! All donations are greatly appreciated - Thank You!

  • Take Back the Night - Elliot Lake

  • Take Back the Night

    On September 20th at 6pm in the Rotunda of Barrie's City Hall, Athena’s Sexual Assault Counselling & Advocacy Centre will host its annual Take Back the Night rally and march. The event is a protest uniting women and children to demand an end to violence against women. 

    Take Back the Night is an international protest and direct action making visible and realizing the universal right of women to live without fear and violence. The strength of the event comes through the collective voices of women and children, taking action and refusing to accept violence as an inevitable part of women's existence. 

    This year’s rally will feature a speech by Kathy Willis, along with snacks and refreshments. The march will be led by activist, performer and musician, Faith Nolan.

    For more information, please contact Katie at (705) 737-2884 ext. 230, or email

  • Take Back the Night Haliburton

    Please join us for an inspiring evening of speaking up and speaking out against violence against women and our LGBTQ community. We will have speakers, poetry, and music. Afterwards, we will take a short candlelight walk in solidarity to say collectively, “Enough!”


    All are welcome to attend and please bring a friend or more!

  • Take Back the Night Lindsay

    Please join us for an inspiring evening of speaking up and speaking out against violence against women and our LGBTQ community. We will have speakers, poetry, and music. Afterwards, we will take a short candlelight walk in solidarity to say collectively, “Enough!”


    All are welcome to attend and please bring a friend or more!

  • Take Back the Night - Elliot Lake

    Take Back the Night isn't just an event, its an organization, with a mission of ending sexual, relationship, and domestic violence. We are doing our part by honouring those lost, and educating our mentors, neighbours, friends and family.

    At 6pm, we are hosting a workplace violence and harassment session, inviting organizations, employers and employees to learn about their rights and responsibilities as it pertains to violence and harassment in the workplace (trust me, going to be super interactive and valuable!) 

    Then, at 7, there will be community mentors here to speak to the cause. TBA (but lets just say there will be some fantastic community leaders!) After, will be releasing doves with community members handprints, honouring the lives affected from domestic abuse. (we've got A LOT of balloons- going to be quite the spectacle!) 

    Also, snacks! Skip the evening TV and popcorn, come chow down on some delicious goodies provided and hang out with some awesome community members!!

    Looking forward to seeing you!

  • Resurgence: Celebrate Indigenous Women - Take Back the Night

    Take Back the Night, an annual event organized by SACHA, is a powerful opportunity for survivors and their supporters to actively build connections, assertively reclaim our right to safety, and courageously stand up against violence.

    TBTN centers the experiences of women and non-binary folks. We invite men to cheer on the march from Gore Park.

    6:00pm – We Gather
    7:00pm – We Rally
    7:30pm – We March

    More info:

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    We will have both an HSR and a DARTS buses following the march for folks who are not able to march.

    If you are not able to march the entire route there is a short cut back to City Hall at Summers Lane near the Hamilton Convention Centre. There will be a TBTN marshal waiting there to walk with folks back to City Hall.

    Join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #TBTN2018.

    For more information or to request ASL interpretation, contact SACHA:


    We are extremely grateful to all the folks that make Take Back the Night happen in Hamilton, especially @Public Service Alliance of Canada's Social Justice Fund & Wawg Hamilton

    Poster art by Kaluyahawi Design.