Welcome to Canadian Women March
A group of Canadian women came together in a grassroots effort to support initiatives on January 21, 2017 for human rights.
We would like to thank you for your tremendous support. Our efforts resulted in:
600 people marching on Washington, DC from 6 cities in Canada;
Windsor, London, Toronto, Ottawa, Kingston and Montreal
34 cities across Canada hosting Local Marches
110,000 people marching in Canada
The Global Impact resulted in
5,000,000 marchers (numbers are still to be confirmed)
We will be moving forward in alignment with the US National Women's March Team and the Women's March Global Team.
An NGO is being created in Geneva, Switzerland with branches around the world; including Canada.
We hope you join our movement. We are currently looking for volunteers, please complete the Volunteer Form as we build committees to continue doing great work across our country.
Communities around the world stood together in solidarity shoulder to shoulder for the protection of our human rights, our safety, our health, and our families. The strength of our cultures is essential to create vibrant, diverse and strong communities. We rallied together in solidarity, equality, diversity and inclusion. Please follow-us for the future of our global movement.
Women’s March on Washington
The Women’s March on Washington began as an organic groundswell the day after the 2016 election, when a grandmother in Hawaii proposed to forty of her friends to march in Washington, D.C. Bob Bland, Tamika D. Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour grabbed the reigns to organize a National Women's March on Washington.
Please visit the US Site to participate in the 10 Actions in 100 Days.