Social Issues | April 2018   
Every Woman's Place for Support, Connections and Community.
Snow Removal at City Hall

While the last thing you might want to think about is snow, this winter has been especially rough for many Calgarians. The snow was never ending, and getting around can be challenging.
The City of Calgary Standing Policy Com mittee on Transit and Transportation has called for research on improving snow removal. 

What can you do?
Let us know how snow and ice has affected your ability to get around by writing to Sarelle  or submitting a comment  on our blog.

Social Issues Discussion
Wednesday May 2, 6-8pm 

Join us for a discussion on the unique challenges women face in the justice system. Ethel Stonechild and Cherish Bear from the Elizabeth Fry Society will host a conversation and share their learnings as a leader in supporting women engaged with the legal and justice systems. The Elizabeth Fry Society offers resources specific to Indigenous women with the understanding that Indigenous women are more likely to heal when they have access to a culturally safe environment with traditional, spiritual and cultural resources and supports.
Environmental Issues Discussion
Wednesday May 16, 6-8pm 

An event for women in Calgary to gather over anything and everything related to biking!
Saturday May 5, 1-3pm 

In the spirit of Jane Jacobs, we will have a look at how urban planning affects women in their daily lives.
April 29 - May 13
Mount Royal University

A commemorative art installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada
Sunday June 3, 11am 

We will celebrate what makes us each unique and how much we all have in common with a day of entertainment, food and fun.

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The Environment
Children and Child Care
Viral photos of politicians and CEOs working with their babies on their laps are meant to inspire. In reality, they're absurd and unhelpful for real working parents

When low-income mothers and fathers let their children play unsupervised, they come under suspicion.
We would like to acknowledge that the Women's Centre is situated on the traditional
territories of the Treaty 7 First Nations people and is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.