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"Mental Health awareness Month May 2024"
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Owning a business can be stressful, overwhelming and lonely. It’s important to prioritize self-care and care for your mental health when you need to. Here are some resources to help you do that. Remember, ... read more.
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Read the full report by the Economic Equity Alliance ‘Invisible Entrepreneurs: The Impact of Small Business Policy Neglect on Self-Employed Individuals’. ... read more.
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[TORONTO, CANADA, February 1, 2024] – The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC), a national advocate for women-identifying and non-binary entrepreneurs, is proud to announce a series of strategic partnerships aimed at bolstering support and resources for its members. These ... read more.
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"Black History Month Resources, Resources for Black History Month, Black Business Owners and Allies"
This February, CanWCC celebrates the rich culture of Black Canadians during Black History Month while acknowledging the ongoing disparities in housing, health, and economic inclusion. To better support the Black members of our community, we have compiled a list that ... read more.
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12 Days of Members THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you to everyone who entered. Congratulations to all of the winners of the CanWCC Holidays Box Contest! Watch our YouTube Live replay to see who won: We’d like to give ... read more.
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Illustration of four people with different gender identities standing together in solidarity.
At CanWCC, we firmly believe that trans rights are human rights. We believe in supporting each other, regardless of gender identity. Everyone has a right to live their life and express their gender the way they choose. But that doesn’t ... read more.
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Illustration of Four women standing together and hugging each other in support.
In its fifth consecutive year, shelters across the province are actively engaging the community to raise awareness about the often-overlooked issue of women’s abuse in Canada. November is designated as Women Abuse Prevention Month in Ontario. However, the strength of ... read more.
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“Goodbye Twitter; Stay Connected With Us, Linkedin, Instagram, Facebook, Threads and YouTube logos: @CanWCC; canwcc.circle.so; canwcc.ca” Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce logo.
Dear CanWCC Community, After six years of active engagement on Twitter, CanWCC is announcing a decision to discontinue the use of our Twitter account. This move is not taken lightly but is rooted in our commitment to creating a safe ... read more.
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[TORONTO, CANADA, September 12, 2023] – The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC) announces Catherine Chan as its new Chief Operating Officer. Ms Chan was initially contracted as a fractional COO for CanWCC in December of 2021 to assist in ... read more.
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–  MEDIA RELEASE –  [TORONTO, CANADA, August 8, 2023] – The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC) announces the launch of a Chambers Working Group, involving 11 chambers across Canada. The Chamber Working Group (CWG)  is hosted and led by ... read more.
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