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100 Mile House & District Women's Centre Society  
http://www.cariboord.bc.ca/Library%20Web/100mhwc.htm

Offers resources that enable women and their families to freely pursue opportunities for Growth, Choice and Change. Services include: safe house emergency shelter, education, counseling, a women's centre, workshops and information relating to women's issues, and referrals to appropriate agencies.

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Sunshine Coast Women's Resource Centre  
http://www.communityresourcecentre.info
The Resource Centre offers a drop-in with information and referral, a library, workshops, volunteer training, access to computer and the INTERNET, meetings of AA, a Midwifery Task Force, Webgrrls, Cybercafé, a Mature Women's Network, spirituality and weavers groups.  (See Details)
Richmond Women's Resource Centre Association  
http://www.richmondwomenscentre.bc.ca/

Richmond Women's Resource Centre (RWRC) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization founded in 1976.

It is run by and for women to improve their status in the community and society at large.

 

The Centre, which works closely with other community groups, is a friendly place where women of all ages can come and talk about various issues.

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University of Victoria Students' Society Women's Centre  
http://www.uvss.uvic.ca/wcentre/
The Women’s Centre is a collectively run drop-in centre open to all self-identified women on campus. It provides a safe space for women to hang out, meet people, get information and organise. Members are encouraged to work within their own areas of interest. The Centre also has a library that is open to all genders. For more information, stop by the Centre and talk to the Coordinator, or drop by during your spare time either to relax or to volunteer! (See Details)
Native Women's Resource Centre  
http://www.nativewomenscentre.org/

Delivers programs and services to empower and enrich Native women and children to build strong families and communities. Services include, but are not limited to education, support services, and self-help groups.

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Women's Rural Resource Centre of Strathroy and Area  
http://www.wrrcsa.org/

Provides shelter and other services for abused women & their children. Offers counselling, safe shelter, second stage housing and a 24-hour crisis line.

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Willow Breast Cancer Support & Resource Services  
http://www.willow.org

Works to build and sustain a provincial, accessible, survivor-driven breast cancer resource that enhances the effectiveness of breast cancer support, information provision and advocacy.

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Kenora Sexual Assault Centre  
http://www.kenorasexualassaultcentre.com/modules.php?name=Herstory

Forms a women's resource centre owned and operated by a feminist collective, that works to create equality and justice for women with focus on educational programs on the prevention of violence against women and children, women gaining economic independence and women developing to their fullest potential, overcoming barriers of oppression to become full participants in society on an equal basis.

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Women's Health Resource Centre/Library

Forms a lending library open to the public. Provides a range of educational materials as well as textbooks, professional and reference materials that help women to become better informed about their health and health care choices. Services also include confidential telephone reference as well as referral and mail services for those who live outside Metropolitan Toronto and vicinity.

Fort Garry Women's Resource Centre  
http://www.fgwrc.ca/

Provides women with information, referrals to appropriate services, supportive counselling, opportunities for personal growth, and sharing with other women in the community.

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