Social Issues | September 2018   
Every Woman's Place for Support, Connections and Community.

What happens when a person dies? This workshop will discuss death and dying specifically among the homeless population. Diane Gauthier, from the Calgary Homeless Foundation's Client Action Committee, will explore why it is important to talk about death and dying. She will also give an update on the progress of the Memorial Project (an effort to create a public space to grieve homeless individuals) and talk about the Longest Night of the Year.
At the end of this workshop, Diane will explain how you can contribute and support this cause. There will be opportunities throughout for questions and group discussion.
Radio Spotlight

Applying the tax system of any other province to Alberta would raise us a minimum of $11.2 billion in additional annual revenue, more than covering the projected $8.8-billion deficit in this year's budget.

Thurs, October 4, 11:30-1:30
Olympic Plaza

October 4th is a day where we honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The violence experienced by Indigenous women and girls in Canada is a national tragedy. We must take the time to give thanks to the families who are our reason for demanding continued action.

Want to go with friends? The Women's Centre is organizing a walking group that will leave the Centre at 10:45am
November 13-18

Since 2006, festival organizers have put together a festival that screens some of the most engaging documentaries out right now worldwide, for no fee at all.
Online Input

Through local growth planning, the City looks at the fabric of a specific local area, the community's vision for the evolution of the community, the ideal places to accommodate growth, and how to make the best use of limited land.

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How Puberty Kills Girls' Confidence
In their tween and teenage years, girls become dramatically less self-assured-a feeling that often lasts through adulthood.


The Next150 Challenge
The #Next150 challenge is all about setting a different tone in 2018 than what we've seen in the first 150 years of our country. Throughout 2018, check this link to find new challenges for you to take part in, that we hope will push your thinking and your understanding of Indigenous issues forward.

Race and Violence

In the great awakening around sexual harassment, race was politely ushered offstage. That problem persists.
Environmental Issues

The lost summer: the emotional and spiritual toll of the smoke apocalypse
Headlines declared it " terrifying." Edmonton was dubbed an " apocalyptic ghost town."  The Star declared, "It's not the end of the world. It just looks that way."
As it turns out, there's little disagreement when it comes to wildfire smoke: it's alarming.

And all the rest

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 M├ętis Nation of Alberta, Region III.