Women's March Canada - Victoria Chapter

Women's March Canada - Victoria


Women's March Victoria acknowledges that we live, work, and play on unceded Lekwungen and Saanich territories of the Lekwungen speaking peoples. We acknowledge that the Songhees and Esquimalt nations have stewarded these lands and waters, and we all have a better quality of life due to the work they’ve done and continue to do.


We are not ready to put away their protest signs just yet...are you? There are a few ways you get involved in Women's March Canada - Victoria. You can volunteer, donate and recruit others to join us! As a grassroots organization, our chapter is your chapter.

The 2018 Women's March in Victoria was organized as a grassroots effort by Cayla Naumann and Dr. Kat Sark, in only two weeks from idea to fruition. Kat and Cayla met on January 8, 2018, and were joined by ChrŸs Tei, Linaya Bertschi, Marlie Van Roy, Alexandra Ages, Barbara Mitchell-Pollock and Gail Nestel, along with many other volunteers from UVic and other communities in Victoria. We thank everyone who has contributed to making this event a success! After the success of the march, Dr. Kat Sark founded the Victoria Chapter - the first independent Chapter in Canada. Find Women's March Victoria group on Facebook to join us, and stay informed on our events and publications throughout the year!


We strong because of the incredible individuals that make our chapter. We are for all who believe in equal rights and opportunity for women. Our work is empowering, and working as a team ensures we have the professional and emotional support to make an impact. You can find a list of our executive roles here. Feedback is welcomed, if you see a need not outlined, let us know. 


Anthology of Social Justice, Decolonization, and Intersectional Feminisms

In March 2018, our Chapter Leader and Founder Dr. Kat Sark launched this annual Anthology to collect works of research, poetry, non-fiction reflections, activism reports, photography and art works on intersectional representations of social justice and feminisms from across the globe. 

Our first volume is available online for free. To download your copy, please click here

To submit to the second volume that will be launched during Idea Fest at UVic on International Women's Day on March 8, 2019, please click here


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Women in Business Guide

Women are powerful drivers of economic growth, social justice, political and social change, educational reforms and innovation, as well as cultural and artistic creativity. Women's economic, political, social, and cultural empowerment benefits all.Women’s March supports the dismantling of social and economic barriers that obstruct women’s full and equal access to local, national, and global economic and political systems. We want to celebrate women entrepreneurs, politicians, activists, artists and educators in our communities!

If you would like to be featured in it, please fill out our application form

To get your copy of the Women in Business Guide, please make a donation to Women's March Victoria Chapter here: Donate now.


Women in Politics Guide

Our next publication is theWomen in Politics Guide. If you would like to share your story and be profiled, please fill out our application form


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January 20, 2018 - We organized the Women’s March in Victoria, with intersectional speakers and representatives of diverse social justice organizations, including Indigenous communities, LGBTQ+ communities, immigrants and refugees, women of colour, and women with (dis)abilities. 

February 17, 2018 - We assisted the organizers of the Stolen Sisters March with donations, transportation, and promotion of this important event on our social media platforms. 

March 8, 2018 - We planned, fundraised, and co-organized the International Women’s Day Festival at Centennial Square. We edited, designed, and published the Anthology of Social Justice and Intersectional Feminisms and launched it at the Greater Victoria Public Library with a panel discussion with many of the contributors. 

April 14, 2018 - We helped to plan, fundraise, and co-organize the March for Science.

June 30, 2018 - We organized the Rally to End Family Separation.

July 21, 2018 - To commemorate six months after women marched around the globe, we organized a Women’s March Symposium, inviting some of the speakers from the 2018 march, as well as other grassroots organizations and allies for discussion panels, networking, and fundraising. We published and launched our Women in Business Guide.

November 2018 - We organized a Feminist Christmas Market fundraiser at UVic. 

December 6, 2018 - We were invited to participate in the National Day of Remembrance and Action to End Violence Against Women. 

January 19, 2019 - We are organizing the next Women's March in Victoria. This year's theme is "Ending Violence Against Women." Please join us and RSVP here



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We are the leaders we have been waiting for. From the Women’s March in 2017 to the Women's March in 2018, we’ve seen how powerful we are when we gather together, share space and lift each other up. Your support will help us show the world that Victoria women and men will always fight for and defend women's rights as human rights.

Donate now or email for more information about sponsoring Women's March Victoria. 


Email: victoria@womensmarchcanada.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wmcvictoria/



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