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April 2019

Key Ceremony at Leacross Landing with Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa

April 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Leacross Landing is located at the southeast intersection of Jeanne d'Arc Boulevard and Fortune Drive in Orléans, north of Highway 174 in close proximity to the Jeanne d'Arc transit station. When completed, the development will include a total of 16 townhouses, with eight townhouses fronting onto Fortune Drive, while the remaining eight townhouses will front onto an internal private road called Leacross Private. Jeanne d'Arc development in Orleans: Phase II is in progress Phase II of Leacross Landing broke ground in…

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June 2019

Women Deliver 2019 Conference

June 3 - June 6
Vancouver Convention Centre, 999 Canada Place
Vancover, British Columbia V6C 3E1 Canada
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The world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women. This conference will boast three days of inspiration, connections, learnings, and networking - you won’t want to miss out! The Women Deliver 2019 Conference will focus on power, and how it can drive – or hinder – progress and change.  

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2019 Supporting Women In Trades Conference

June 17 - June 18

You don't want to miss the 2019 Supporting Women in Trades Conference, taking place June 17-18 in Vancouver. This two-day event brings together more than 300 women in trades, employers, labour organizations, government, educators and other advocates for diversity and inclusion. Delegates learn about some of the great initiatives underway across Canada to help address the challenges faced by women in trades, share promising practices and will contribute to CAF-FCA's National Women's Skilled Trades Strategy. Delegate registration opens soon. Be sure…

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November 2019

4th Annual Global Women Shelter Conference

November 5 - November 8
Kaohsiung Exhibition Center Taipei, Kaohsiung Taiwan + Google Map

The 4WCWS program reflects the key issues facing both the shelter community and the broader movement to end violence against women today, and is designed to produce maximum participation, learning and networking opportunities for delegates. The four-day agenda is divided into five plenary sessions, bookended by an opening and closing ceremony, with additional study tours to shelter organizations around Kaohsiung on the final day. Each plenary session will be followed by workshops and seminars, broadly under the themes of the…

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