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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 Canada - Fredericton March

    We welcome you to the third annual Women's March in Fredericton!

    We will be meeting at 1:00pm at the Fredericton City Hall, where there will be brief speeches before the march. Afterwards, we will have a panel discussion, feminist fair, and more at the Fredericton Public Library, from 2:00pm until 4:30.

     

    Nous vous souhaitons la bienvenue à la troisième Marche annuelle des femmes de Fredericton!

    Nous nous rencontrerons à 13h à l’hôtel de ville de Fredericton où vous pourrez écouter de brefs discours avant le début de la marche. Par la suite, nous aurons une table ronde, foire féministe et plus encore à la bibliothèque publique de Fredericton de 14h à 16h30. 

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  • Women's March - Toronto

    The Women’s Wave is coming!

    January 19, 2019! Save the date!

    It’s time to March again.

    The Toronto Women's March is organized by March On Toronto. The newly forming Women's March Canada Toronto chapter will be attending and marching with you! Women's March Canada: Toronto Chapter gathering spot TBA

    For up to date information, please visit:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1185785271560481/

    All allies are welcome.

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  • Women's March Muskoka - Anniversary March

    Once again, Women's March Muskoka will be leading a demonstration in downtown Huntsville.

    So much has happened in 2018 to further undermine the rights and freedoms of women both in our local community, nationally, and internationally.

    Join us! Save the date - January 19th, 2019

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  • Third Annual Women's March YYC

    Everyone is welcome at the Women's March YYC. This event is accessible, open, and inclusive. We march snow or shine.

    Timeline and Route:

    • 12 NOON, March starts outside Bankers Hall (315 - 8 Ave SW downtown)
    • 12:30 PM, Speakers & Performers at Municipal Plaza (800 Macleod Trail SE)
    • 2:30 PM, End of gathering!

    Want to have the best March ever? Bring some friends. Dress for the weather. Carry a sign. Sing along. Celebrate our diverse city. Keep it civil, focus on peace and inclusion and learning.

    Women's March Canada would like to acknowledge that Calgary is on the traditional territory of the Métis, Blackfoot, Ktunaxa, Stoney and Tsuu T'ina peoples. We keep this acknowledgment at the forefront of our march and thank the Métis, Blackfoot, Ktunaxa, Stoney and Tsuu T'ina peoples for allowing us to gather.

    On January 21st, 2017, all across Canada, we marched together in solidarity with Sister Marches around the world. Today, in Canada, we March On.

    WE BELIEVE THERE IS STILL WORK TO DO. 
    AND SO, WE MARCH ON.

    On January 20, 2018, March On Canada - Calgary will be in solidarity with cities across North America for this anniversary event. Speakers/performers to be announced.

    March On Canada - Calgary is a grassroots group of women that formed from last year's march and includes those who originally organized it. We welcome input and feedback, especially from Indigenous women and Women of Colour. 

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  • Women's March - Vancouver

    The Women’s Wave is coming!

    January 19, 2019! Save the date!

    It’s time to March again.

    The Vancouver Women's March is organized by March On Canada. The newly forming Women's March Canada Vancouver chapter will be attending and marching with you! Women's March Canada: Vancouver Chapter gathering spot TBA

    For up to date information, please visit:  https://www.facebook.com/events/253145172019193/

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  • Kamloops Women's March 2019

    This year, we march again. We march for equality, we march for justice, and we march to inspire activism.

    Join us on January 19th in front of Sandman Centre in downtown Kamloops at 10:30am. Several local speakers will kick off the event, sharing about the work they do with women in our community. After the speakers have inspired us, the march will follow. We acknowledge that this event will take place on the traditional and unceded territory of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc people.

    Donations to cover costs of this event are gratefully being accepted. Money will go toward a city permit, supplies, and insurance. All excess donations will be donated to women's empowerment programs at White Buffalo Indigenous Urban Services. If you or your organization is interesting in supporting this event, please contact one of the event hosts.

    This event is open to all sexes, races, sexual orientations, and abilities. The March is also wheelchair accessible. We hope to see you there to show your support for equality in Kamloops.

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  • Kamloops Women’s March

    Join us to march for justice and equality in Kamloops!

     

  • K’omox Valley Women’s march

    We invite you to join us to march in solidarity resisting gender-based violence, colonization and all other forms of oppression and to promote the realization of a welcoming community inclusive of race, gender, orientation, class, age or ability.

    We want to acknowledge that we will be gathering on the unceded territory of the K'omoks First Nation and that the folks who collaborated to organize this event are settlers, grateful to live, laugh and love here.

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  • Nanaimo Women March On 2019

    Nanaimo Women March On would like to acknowledge that Nanaimo is the traditional territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation. We keep this acknowledgement and respect for the Coast Salish people at the forefront of our march and thank the Snuneymuxw nation for allowing us to gather.

    A major goal of Nanaimo Women March On 2019 is to encourage local community build­ing and to make and amplify calls to action on the issues that affect women most.

    We see January 19th as an extension of the work we do before and after that day: we hope this annual women's march is a recognition of movement building.

    We encourage and aim for grassroots, collaborative, inclusive, transparent and non­ competitive modes of organizing. When possible, we strive for rotating leadership so that many voices can be heard.

    We support March On, the Women's March, and anyone organizing to realize a peaceful, intersectional march in service of gender justice, anti-racism, decolonization, LGBTQ2+, and diversity in age and disability.

    We believe in communities. We believe survivors. We welcome allies. Feminism is love.

    In solidarity,

    Anouk Borris, Lesley Anne Clarke, Joy Gugeler,
    Deborah Hollins, Chantal Lambert, Lauren Semple, Chantelle Spicer, Melissa Stephens.

    MARCH INFO

    For this year's march, we will gather at the Lions Pavillion in Maffeo Sutton Park at 10:30 am and begin our walk at 11 am, lead by those with small children, disabilities, or mobility concerns. You will set our pace and we will follow you. We will exit the park and proceed on a 1.1km walk to the Nanaimo Entertainment Centre at 46 Nicol Street.

    The theatre will have an accessibility seating section and ASL interpretation (read below for more accessibility information), tables and displays from community groups, refreshments, and a great lineup of speakers and entertainment. Beginning at 12 noon with our welcome to the unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation and followed by an inspirational lineup of speakers, poetry, music and more, we hope you can join us for a more accessible, warmer version of our annual event in the old Caprice Theatre (generously donated by Paul Manhas).

    2019 MARCH ROUTE

    From the park, we will head up Front Street. We will then turn right and head down Commercial Street, we will safely cross the highway with the help of traffic marshals. We will proceed to Victoria Cres. and then either up Victoria Road to the building entrance with stairs, or, up Nicol Street to the street level accessible entrance.

    ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION
    ** We are constantly working to make our event more inclusive and accessible so that all women and allies can attend. If we have missed an information point or accommodation below, please send us a message, thank you! **

    The Maffeo Sutton Park is wheelchair accessible with multiple accessible parking spots available in the traffic circle by the Lions Pavillion. The location of the opening announcements can be accessed on a paved path. ASL interpretation will be available, and the opening will take approximately 10 minutes. There are 2 gendered washrooms on site each with a wheelchair accessible stall. We are looking into their accessibility for power chairs.

    The march will begin at 11 AM. The route is 1.1 km in length and is mostly flat and fully paved with a moderate hill at the beginning on Front St, and at the end on Victoria Rd. and Nicol. Those with disabilities, mobility concerns, or small children and invited to set the pace for our march in the front. Marshals will be available to assist with crossings, and you can message our page to request a volunteer to accompany you on the march.

    Participants are welcome to drive between locations, but street parking is not available on Nicol street where the accessible entrance is. The closest accessible parking or regular parking is on Victoria Road or in the lot on Cavan Street.
    If you require door drop-off on Nicole Street, please contact us directly to arrange.

    The Nanaimo Entertainment Centre has a set of stairs and a wheelchair ramp inside. There are 2 gendered multi-stall washrooms with small stalls and a single stall genderless accessible washroom on site. We are looking into its accessibility for power chairs.

    There will be an accessibility seating section in front of the stage with 30 chairs (more can be added) and will be marked and reserved. There will be extra wide aisles created to maintain access and egress from this area. Chairs can be moved to accommodate individual needs for space. ASL interpretation will be provided in front of the accessible seating section at this event. All speakers and performances will be amplified.

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  • Women's March Canada - Niagara March

    Women's March Canada - Niagara March acknowledges that we gather on aboriginal land that has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples from the beginning. We recognize and deeply appreciate their historic connection to this area. We also recognize the contributions of Métis, Inuit, and other Indigenous peoples have made, both in shaping and strengthening this community in particular, and our province and country as a whole. We gather on the traditional territory of Anishinaabeg, Ojibway/Chippewa and Haudenosaunee peoples. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties.

    1/19/19: The #WomensWave is coming

    IT’S TIME TO MARCH AGAIN

    We are outraged. We are organized. They forgot that 5 million women lit the world on fire two years ago. On January 19, 2019, we’re going to remind them when we flood the streets across the globe. Save the date: The #WomensWave is coming, and we’re sweeping the world forward with us.

    Everyone is welcome at the Women's March Canada - Niagara March. This event is accessible, open, and inclusive. We march snow or shine. Want to have the best March ever? Bring some friends. Dress for the weather. Carry a sign. Sing along. Celebrate our diverse city. Keep it civil, focus on peace and inclusion and learning.

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