Events

 women and money

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Want to learn more about investing and how gender plays into it? Join us at the Wealthsimple’s Toronto HQ for a personal finance workshop. RSVP to make the first move and take control of your financial future!

Tickets are FREE, you just need to show your Bumble profile at the door! Capacity is limited, so RSVP ASAP!

6 – 6:30: Mix and Mingle
6:30-7: The gender wealth gap: what we learned and how we can reverse the trend with Wealthsimple‘s Director of Communications, Rachael Factor
7-7:30: Working your finances like a boss with Shannon Lee Simmons, Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Investment Manager (CIM), media personality, author and founder of the New School of Finance
7:30-8: Navigating your finances as an entrepreneur with Lauren McPhillips of This Renegade Love
8-8:30: Q&A

Date and Time

Thu, 15 November 2018

6:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST

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Location

Wealthsimple Toronto HQ

860 Richmond Street West

3rd Floor

Toronto, Ontario M6J 1C9

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men masculinity

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Celebrate International Men’s Day weekend with leaders from a collection of different organizations providing deep knowledge and interaction wth thought provoking ideas in the areas of personal development as it relates to men and masculinity with a focus on how men and women interact with gender roles in today’s evolving society. Open to all men and women, register now!

Date and Time

Sun, 18 November 2018

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM EST

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Location

Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville Hotel

90 Bloor Street East

Toronto, ON M4W 1A7

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 Unite

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This will be an interactive workshop on self-compassion.

About this Event

All female-identified individuals are welcome. Women Connecting with Women is a program that address the systemic issues of women (especially immigrants, refugees, and newcomers) who may face multi-barriers. The program will provide women with tools and resources to reduce social isolation, increase self-esteem, increase their network and build confidence. The program will also provide access to one on one counselling, crisis counselling, support groups, mentoring, language enhancement and life skills training. The end goal is for women to feel empowered and to support their social and economic integration in the Canadian society.

Date and Time

Thu, November 22, 2018

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

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Location

791 St. Clair Avenue West

St. Clair Ave West & Arlington

Toronto , ON M6C 1B7

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Empowering

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Empowering Young Women is an all girl youth leadership program based in Scarborough. This group provides girls with the opportunity to build self confidence, meet friends, gain leadership skills, and more. Join our team and be a leader in our community to help create events and work that matters!

Participants will meet weekly on Fridays from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm! Snacks, volunteer hours, and TTC tickets will be provided!

Date and Time

Fri, 23 November 2018

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM EST

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Location

L’Amoreaux CRC – Hideout Youth Lounge

2000 McNicoll Ave

Toronto, ON M1V 5E9

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Join us on November 24th for the Wycliffe College Women’s Breakfast. Prof. Marion Taylor will guide us through the struggle that women of the 19th Century with a call to preach encountered as they wrestled with Paul’s letters.

In addition, you will meet women currently studying at Wycliffe and hear more about their personal stories of calling as well as their journey of spiritual formation.

There is a small fee of $10 to cover the costs of this event, and tax receipts will be issued for any donations made toward women’s bursaries at Wycliffe College.

Date and Time

Sat, November 24, 2018

9:30 AM – 11:30 AM EST

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Location

Wycliffe College

5 Hoskin Avenue

Toronto, ON M5S 2W2

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Giving Tuesday is just around the corner! Mark your calendars for Tuesday, November 27, and help reclaim the rights of women and girls all around you.

Equality Now is tenacious in our mission to change laws to ensure every woman is equal in their community. It will be a long journey. Our hope comes from the courage of survivors we work with, whose voices change the status quo. And it comes from you, as we stand together to uphold the ideal that every woman should be equal.

Join survivors, join fellow activists and join us to help make Every Woman Equal this Giving Tuesday.

In solidarity,

Equality Now


Empowered coffee talk

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To add another amazing topic to our empowered women’s coffee talk series, this month, we talk all about BOUNDARIES! This is crucial, when I heard it was boundaries I thought to myself, doesn’t it ever coincide with empowerment! When we are able to create boundaries and not be fearful of them it’s quite liberating and most definitely empowering!

I can not WAIT to hear from you all and become inspired and empowered yet again. We had an awesome turnout last month, hope to keep the momentum going. Bring a friend if you wish, all I ask is we purchase a beverage from the cafe as they have generously reserved our spot for us in the back 🙂

Date and Time

Tue, 27 November 2018

8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

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Location

Java Joes1500 Islington Ave

1500 Islington Avenue

Toronto, ON M9A 3L8

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Wisdom

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What is Wisdom and why is it so important?

As women in our culture, we are faced with so many decisions on a daily basis and so much conflicting information about what is right or appropriate. From friendships to desires, emotions, money, parenting and sexuality (and even our speech!)… Every part of our lives are affected by our decisions… so how do we learn how to make the right ones?

We are all aware that life can throw us curveballs. We can end up facing unpredictable and often unavoidable circumstances. In response to these lifestyle challenges, many of us are drawn to finding “quick fixes” or end up following incomplete or misguided advice instead of using proper discernment and seeking to develop successful living principles.

Even though we may be smart and have a wealth of information, we can still become confused or deceived and make the wrong decisions. The benefit of Wisdom is that it teaches us how to synthesize all the information we have so that we can begin to make better, proper and more accurate decisions.

The Women of Wisdom Circle is a place which seeks to foster a renewing of the mind while offering practical advice and teaching universal wisdom based on established biblical principles. Together, we will create an intimate and safe space intended to spark good conversation about topical issues and where vulnerability and accountability are valued and encouraged.

Gatherings will be held once a month on Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. We invite all participants to submit examples of issues from their daily lives which they would like to address with greater Wisdom.

Group size will be limited for each meeting and participants will be registered via RSVP on a first come, first served basis.

There is no registration fee for these meetings but donations are gratefully accepted.

For more information or to submit your discussion topic ideas, email Tracy at tracy@tracybrichards.com

We look forward to seeing you soon!

About the Venue

TheHub is a two-storey industrial building located in downtown Toronto at 208 Gerrard Street East (at Sherbourne). It is a co-working environment full of creative entrepreneurs. Our meetings will take place in my working art studio, which is located on the 2nd floor.

ADDITIONAL MEETINGS IN THIS SERIES:

  • Thursday, December 6th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
  • Thursday, January 10th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
  • Subsequent 2019 dates TBA

Date and Time

Thu, 6 December 2018

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST

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Location

Tracy’s Art Studio @ The Hub T.O.

208 Gerrard Street East

Toronto, ON M5A 2E6

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An Evening

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IDRF Presents An Evening with Women Leaders in Tech

Since July 2018, IDRF, in partnership with the United Way, Greater Toronto has worked to address the gender disparity in tech through training in web development and coding that has targeted young women from diverse backgrounds. In total over 30 women received more than 40 hours of training in HTML, CSS3, and Javascript and can now build a professional website.

This event will celebrate the successes of our graduates and also highlight the path ahead. In a panel discussion, Huda Idrees (Founder & CEO of Dot Health), Saima Malik (AVP, Digital, TD Bank) and Naba Siddiqui (DevOps Engineer, RBC) will recount their journeys in tech and engage with women that share similar backgrounds and experiences.

Please join us for an interactive evening with wonderful panelists and networking opportunities. Dinner will be provided*

The event takes place on Thursday, December 6th from 5:30pm-7:30 pm at Lighthouse Labs 662 King St W #101 Toronto, ON M5V 1M7.


 

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