For this social issues discussion, we will explore the migration experiences of women who enter Canada as temporary workers, specifically those who come to work as caregivers for children. This discussion will focus on the lived experience of these migrants and their experiences living and working in Canada. Facilitators include Nellie from Migrante, and Hamilet, a woman with lived experience in the caregiver program.
Ever wonder if there were more environmentally sustainable menstrual product options? Interested in trying out a new DIY project? Come and learn about alternative menstrual products, the impact menstrual products can have on the environment, and try your hand at sewing your very own reusable menstrual pad to take home!
Social Issues Discussion: Women in the Justice System
Wednesday May 2, 6-8pm
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Child minding is available for Wednesday workshops for children between 19 months and 12 years old. Please e-mail
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As part of the Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership (NCRP), researchers will present three different projects related to income inequality: secondary suites, the widening income gap, and social inclusion.
Our Vision: Women Supporting Communities, Communities Supporting Women.