Women's March Canada - Regina

This year, we will be focusing our efforts on Truth and Reconciliation as we recognize the staggering number of Indigenous women and girls disproportionately affected, victimized, missing, or murdered as a result of violence. Indigenous women in Canada are three times more likely to have acts of sexual and intimate partner violence committed against them than non-Indigenous women. These are realities that require our immediate attention in order to shift the current trajectory and build a safe community for women and people of all genders to live, work, and play.

Regina is on Treaty 4 territory, traditional homeland of the Cree, Dene, Lakota, Nakota, Dakota, Salteaux, and the Métis Nation. We give thanks to these groups for being stewards of this land for generations and we acknowledge this land as providing for other Indigenous groups and peoples who moved through here as well. We are humbled by the opportunity to live, grow, play, and work here, and we affirm our commitment to recognizing the historical and ongoing harms and to honouring the spirit of peace and friendship.

  • January 19, 2019 at 10am – 1pm
  • YWCA Regina
    1940 McIntyre St
    Regina, SK S4P 2R3
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  • 95 people are going
  • Regina Womens March Canada

    (306) 525-2141
Megan Mattison Barbarar Cape Ashlee Sandiford Shirley Dixon Virginia Hopkins Heather Russell-MacLean Rochelle Berenyi Adynea Russell Laura Bennett Kate Indzeoski Bernice Perkins Deborah Barton Tara Amyotte Deena Arthur Zane Buchanan Aysha Yaqoob Hannah Pearce Christine Costa Leah Thorp Ashley Bernstein Avery Mytopher Linda Chemmuttut Emma Cameron Chandy Kaip Chiara Wolfe Crystal Giesbrecht Renee Mohr Sanjida Hasnin Tina Blair Pam Thomas Sharon Hurd Krystal Kolodziejak Regina, Saskatchewan

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