Search Organizations (English): Women's centres

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University of Calgary Campus Women's Resource Centre

Services Provided:
-Volunteer Opportunities
-Confidential, informal peer support
-Quiet study space and nap rooms
-Free tea and coffee

We provide a space for all individuals who are interested in advancing gender equity.

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North York Women's Centre

Provides a safe, supportive place where women can voice concerns, share experiences, gain information, learn skills and work with other women to improve the conditions which exclude women's equal participation in society.

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Lennoxville and District Women’s Centre

Offers a meeting place and resource centre for women, formal and informal educational opportunities, a liaison between English-speeking women and existing services, and an information and referral service for all.

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West Island Women's Centre

A dynamic and widely-used non-profit community organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of women. Provides educational, social and recreational services for women and the community at large. Open to all—without regard to age, race or socio-economic background.

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Downtown Eastside Women's Centre
South Asian Women's Centre
Offers multilingual and culturally sensitive information, referral, and support services to women who are from, or who trace their ancestry to, any of the countries of South Asia (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan). Undertakes advocacy, public education, and awareness work on issues that affect South Asian women such as violence, racism, immigration, and unemployment. Provides a safe, supportive, and confidential place for South Asian women who are experiencing male and family violence. (See Details)
Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre

Offers advocacy and support for women throughout the Yukon. Provides information on community services, the legal rights of women, day care, housing, education, employment, health, maintenance and child support, birth control and family planning, and other issues of interest and concern to women.

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Antigonish Women's Resource Centre
The Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre (AWRC) is a feminist, community-based women's organization which opened in 1983. The Women’s Centre grew out of the work of women in the community who wanted to address issues facing women and adolescent girls and who wanted to provide woman-centered services that support women in making positive changes in their lives. Through our multi-issue, social change and service provision mandate we address, in an integrated way, the broad and often complex range of issues facing women and their children. (See Details)
Riverdale Immigrant Women's Centre

Supports Chinese and South Asian women in taking greater control of their lives. Provides cultural and language specific services. These community determined strategies are developed and delivered by immigrant women.

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Pictou County Women's Centre

Works in the community with individuals to effect the kinds of changes that will offer women and adolescent girls a sense of empowerment, more choices, and more control over their lives.