Ladies, a jacket was accidentally swapped for an identical jacket at our event.. if your own jacket isn't fitting quite right, please call the office at 204-726-7135 so we return the jacket to its owner and give you your jacket back! ... See MoreSee Less
JESSIE KIRK - Winnipeg's First Female City Councilor
The first woman to run for Winnipeg city council was Alice Holling in Elmwood in 1917, but Jessie Kirk became the first woman to win a seat in 1920.
Have you nominated a #150MBWomenTrailblazer? This is a call to nominate Manitoba women who were Trailblazers: women who were first in their field or who through their work, had a significant impact on their field or community ... See MoreSee Less
Today, we look at the projects which fall under the WE Fund: Nutrition, Good Health and Wellbeing priority focus area. There is so much that is contributes to overall health, and these 2 projects, one covering mental health and the other covering nutrition, highlight two very important aspects of overall wellbeing. ... See MoreSee Less
From Narcisse WI: This is our bake sale table before our guests arrived. We want to thank everyone for making our Tea a success, and bringing so much fun. It was great to see so many familiar faces! ... See MoreSee Less
Following the recent meeting of ACWW Committees and Board of Trustees, we want to share the projects that have been approved for funding. Keep an eye out over the next few days to see more projects, and remember that you can donate to the WE Fund to support projects like these here: www.acww.org.uk/support-acww.html... See MoreSee Less
In MWI there is a place for every woman. At a time when many organizations seem to develop around a specific interest, MWI remains true to its original mandate – to welcome all women regardless of their ethnic, religious, political or educational background.