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  • #WomensMarch Safety Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Safety!

    Every woman has the need and right to feel physically secure, and security for women should be assured through sound legal practices. Women’s March Canada stands behind the principle that women are not to be held accountable for actions that are outside their control — particularly regarding all forms of assault — and that fair legal action must be applied to prevent these crimes.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • Economic Empowerment & Equality - Fundraising Dinner

    Come and join us for a wonderful evening full of great entertainment and inspirational speakers, coming together for a worthy cause. 

    https://womenthatgive.ca 

    Friday June 8th at Versailles Convention Centre, 6721 Edwards Blvd Mississauga. 

    South of Derry Rd/ Edwards Blvd and North of Courtney Park /Edwards Blvd. North of highway 401/ Hurontario and South of 407/ Hurontario.

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • Women's March Canada - Victoria Chapter Meeting

    Women's March Canada - Victoria would like to acknowledge that Victoria is the traditional unceded territory of the Lekwungen, Coast and Straits Salish people. We keep this acknowledgment at the forefront of our events and thank the Coast and Straits Salish people for allowing us to gather.

    Our mission: to inspire, unite and lead the charge for the advancement of women in Victoria and across Canada.

    Our vision: make the equality of women in Canada the new norm.

    The work that we do, our vision and values can be explained in a unifying framework called H.E.R.S., which spells out the women’s rights priorities of: Health, Economic Security, Representation, and Safety

    For more information please contact Kat at victoria@womensmarchcanada.com. Please come join our volunteer planning team!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp
  • #WomensMarch Health Twitter Chat

    Join us on Twitter for the #WomensMarch Twitter Chat and share your voice!  This week’s topic: Women's Health!

    Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. Women’s March Canada advocates for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

    Use the hashtag #womensmarch and join the conversation about women's health, economic security, representation, and safety (HERS).

    What is a Twitter Chat and How does it Work? 

    A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter. Participation is open to all and contributions to the discussion can be made via tweets that include a specific hashtag, in our case #WomensMarch. Twitter chats are moderated and focused on a general topic with a guest. We'll be focussing each week on one aspect of the HERS framework. The use of a specific hashtag allows the Twitter chat to be viewed as a single conversation. To find out more about Twitter chats, click here.

    Hint: You can use TweetChat.com (we do!) or create a column in Hootsuite or TweetDeck (monitoring #WomensMarch) to follow and contribute to our #WomensMarch chat.

    House Rules during the Twitter chat:

    Say hello and introduce yourself to the group
    Start answers with A1, A2, A3...
    End tweets with the hashtag #WomensMarch
    Engage, enjoy and play nice!

    rsvp