A Bold Vision: Women Leaders Imagining Canada's Future — anthology
A perfect gift for people who care about Canada's future — your colleagues, business partners, family, or your awesome self!
Women's Network PEIWNPEI - making a difference for over 30 years old
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Strength-based, youth-focused programming for girls that supports healthy relationships
Women's Network PEI (WNPEI) is a not-for-profit organization based in the province of Prince Edward Island, Canada. We work to strengthen and support community efforts to improve the status of women in our society. Through our project work we promote equality, using feminist analysis and practice, and address issues which affect women in our province. We provide a forum for the voices of PEI women, and opportunities for women to realize power, knowledge, skills, abilities, vision and financial security. We also act as a referral service to help women find programs and services they may need.
Program aims to get more women into traditional trades
The 12-week project is run by the Women's Network PEI
The 12-week project is run by the Women's Network PEI and is designed to increase the number of women in non-traditional trades and technology occupations in the province. Its overall goal is to move women from poverty to a sustainable livelihood.
Vision, Fundraising & Theatre Night a Success!
Sincere thanks to all participants
On June 4, WNPEI invited the community to take part in a special brainstorming session. The members of the audience were first treated to creative plays presented at the Watermark Theatre in North Rustico through the Canada 300 program.
Women's Network PEI marks 30th year
The big 3-0 was reason for celebration for Women's Network PEI in 2014
Founded in 1981 and incorporated in 1984, this non-profit social justice organization has survived, thrived and rolled with the times over the last three decades, despite major hurdles, such as cuts to core funding in the 1990s.