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La vision à long terme du Conseil Des Femmes est d’éliminer l’écart entre les sexes dans les secteurs publics et privés.

Parmi 26 importantes villes canadiennes, Barrie en Ontario s’est classée la pire ville pour les femmes en 2019.

*The Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada 2019, Katherine Scott – Centre canadien de politiques alternatives*.  Cliquez ici

Ville de Barrie

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Préconiser l’avancement, les occasions, l’égalité et les libertés pour toutes les femmes et les filles par le mouvement social, la sensibilisation et l’activisme démocratique. Mener des initiatives pour rétrécir l’écart des sexes pour les femmes et les filles à Barrie et dans la région. Le Council préconise des changements mesurables, durables et positive dans le statut des femmes en Ontario.

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Teresa MacLennan

Directrice générale

Women and Children’s Shelter of Barrie

Sarah Cunningham

Coordonnatrice de projet

Women’s Advocacy Council

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Katie Taylor

Development Manager

Women and Children’s Shelter of Barrie

Women’s Advocacy Council

Sara Tuck

Georgian College

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Shelly Skinner

Founder

Uplift Black

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Kaela Affrunti

Superviseure du cautionnement indigène

Barrie Native Friendship Centre

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Isabelle Desfossés

Le Centre Colibri, Centre des femmes francophones du Comté de Simcoe

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Charlene Scime

Directrice

Simcoe County District School Board

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Joanne Bullock

Administratrice exécutive

Business and Professional Women of Barrie

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Kellie Leeder

Coordonnatrice de la santé des femmes

Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services

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Tami Tarini

Directrice d’excellence du service et de l’innovation

Independent Living Services of Simcoe County and Area

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Lisa Harripersad

RSW, MSW

Simcoe County District School Board

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Ann-Marie Kungl

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Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux

Vice Provost for Indigenous Initiatives

Lakehead University

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The Women's Advocacy Council wants to Eradicate the buying and selling of children in Canada! Joanne Bullock, Executive Board member of Business and Professional Women of Barrie supports Project Maple Leaf. Help us end children whom are being trafficked here in Canada. #EradicateChallenge#courageforfreedom#projectmapleleaf#endchildtrafficking#ProtectChildren ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women's Advocacy Council wants to Eradicate the buying and selling of children in Canada! Sarah Cunningham, Women's Advocacy Council Coordinator supports Project Maple Leaf. #EradicateChallenge #courageforfreedom #projectmapleleaf #endchildtrafficking #ProtectChildren #stopexploitationofchildren #stopexploitationofwomen #endhumantrafficing ... See MoreSee Less
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The Women’s Advocacy Council is inviting you to take part in the development of our Gender Base Analysis for the Women's Advocacy Council, funded by the Women and Gender Equity of Canada. The Purpose of this project and survey is to gain a deeper understanding to help us develop resources, programs, services and tool kits in the area of Leadership and Democratic participation for those living in Simcoe County and the Tri Council of First Nation of Rama, Georgian and Beausoleil First Nation. You can access the survey here:www.surveymonkey.com/r/TYFWJCLThank you, Merci et Miigwech for your participation and support! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Canadian Femicide Observatory of Justice and Accountability just released their mid-year report on #femicide in Canada. From Jan 1-June 30th 92 women and girls have been killed by violence in the country, with a continued overrespresentation of Indigenous women and girls.This isn't just numbers. These are people's loved ones.Infographic and Research by Canadian Femicide Observatory of Justice and Accountability.#ENDviolence #supportvawshelters #MMIWGActionNow ... See MoreSee Less
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Effective July 19, 2021 the OCJ will resume accepting applications for s. 810 Criminal Code peace bonds province-wide. It has a new remote application process so that you may not be required to attend in person to start a peace bond application.

https://www.ontariocourts.ca/ocj/covid-19/

The Women's Advocacy Council wants to Eradicate the buying and selling of children in Canada! Joanne Bullock, of Business and Professional Women of Barrie supports Project Maple Leaf.
#EradicateChallenge
#CourageforFreedom
#ProjectMapleLeaf
#EndChildTrafficking
#ProtectChildren

The Women's Advocacy Council wants to Eradicate the buying and selling of children in Canada! Sarah Cunningham, Women's Advocacy Council Coordinator supports @officialC4F
#EradicateChallenge
#CourageforFreedom
#ProjectMapleLeaf
#EndChildTrafficking
#ProtectChildren

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The Women's Advocacy Council wants to Eradicate the Buying and Selling of Children in Canada. @officialC4F
#Protectchildren
#EradicateChallenge
#CourageforFreedom
#ProjectMapleLeaf
#EndChildTrafficking
#ProtectChildren
#StopExploitation

We demand a decolonized curriculum that reflects black students and addresses historical inequities and injustice. March with us on August 7, 2021 to #endsystemsabuse Learn more about the March and what more you can do to speak out at http://www.parentsofblackchildren.org/marchforblackstudents/

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705-229-9878
sarah@barrieshelter.com

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