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Canada’s first Feminist Economic Recovery 8-Point Plan released today by YWCA Canada and GATE

Released today, A Feminist Economic Recovery Plan for Canada: Making the Economy Work for Everyone, a report co-authored by the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and YWCA Canada, offers an 8-point Plan to tackle systemic barriers and improve economic security for women, Two-Spirit and gender-diverse people.

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YWCA Cambridge In The Time Of COVID-19: We’re still here. We See You

What can we say? Times are…weird? Weird doesn’t even cover it. Our child care centres are closed, our offices are shuttered, our social enterprise (Women’s International Gift & Gallery) is closed and our stock sits unsold. And programming for kids and adults is in that transitional period as we search voraciously for ways to reach …

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YWCA Cambridge Women of Distinction awards poster POSTPONED

YWCA Cambridge Postpones Women of Distinction 2020 Awards

As uncertainty around when physical distancing measures will be lifted and in the interest of promoting the safety of all of our community members, YWCA Cambridge has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Women of Distinction awards ceremony until 2021.  The ceremony, which was to be held at the Galt Country Club, was …

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YWCA Cambridge Important Update

COVID 19 Update

To all YWCA Cambridge families, clients and participants:  We understand and share in your concern around the risks associated with COVID 19 and know you might have questions about how we are working to keep you and your loved ones safe. Please know that leading up to these formal decisions, we have been following Public …

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Announcing The Recipients Of The 2020 YWCA Cambridge Women of Distinction Awards

YWCA Cambridge is proud to announce the recipients of the 26th annual Women of Distinction awards: Nicole Schiener – Non-Profit or Public Service April Bulmer – Arts & Culture Laura Kaster  – Business & Entrepreneurship Sarah Kokoski – Education & Mentorship Siobhan Bonisteel – Social Action & Advocacy Dianne Piluk – Volunteerism Jenni Bauer – …

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YWCA Cambridge Important Update

Important Notice Regarding Potential One-Day OSSTF Strike December 18

As you may already be aware, once again, if a deal is not reached at the bargaining table, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) will be on a one-day strike Wednesday December 18. As OSSTF represents a large number of education workers, this means that public elementary and secondary schools cannot operate if a strike …

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On a black background, the names of the 14 women killed December 6 1989: Geneviève Bergeron Hélène Colgan Nathalie Croteau Barbara Daigneault Anne-Marie Edward Maud Haviernick Maryse Laganière Maryse Leclair Anne-Marie Lemay Sonia Pelletier Michèle Richard Annie St-Arneault Annie Turcotte Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz

It’s the 30th Anniversary of the École Polytechnique Massacre. Has Anything Changed?

Today, we say their names. Geneviève Bergeron (1968–1989), civil engineering student Hélène Colgan (1966–1989), mechanical engineering student Nathalie Croteau (1966–1989), mechanical engineering student Barbara Daigneault (1967–1989), mechanical engineering student Anne-Marie Edward (1968–1989), chemical engineering student Maud Haviernick (1960–1989), materials engineering student Maryse Laganière (1964–1989), budget clerk in the École Polytechnique’s finance department Maryse Leclair (1966–1989), …

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YWCA Cambridge Important Update

Important Notice Regarding The Potential One-Day OSSTF Strike

There is potential strike action that will impact our service users at our Ryerson child care centre. If a deal is not reached at the bargaining table, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) will be on a one-day strike Wednesday December 4. As OSSTF represents a large number of education workers, this means that public …

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