Louise Brownlee

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Name: Louise Brownlee
Date registered: January 29, 2014

Latest posts

  1. 2017-2018 Exciting Line-up of Speakers for Monthly Meetings — June 5, 2017
  2. CFUW Oakville announces 2017 Scholarship Winners — May 31, 2017
  3. Outgoing CFUW Oakville President Linda Love celebrates the year’s successes — May 25, 2017
  4. 2017-2018 Fabulous Line-up of Speakers for Monthly General Meetings — August 18, 2016
  5. CFUW Oakville’s Advocacy Voice in Action – Mental Health, Asbestos, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women — August 8, 2016

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Jun 05

2017-2018 Exciting Line-up of Speakers for Monthly Meetings

The CFUW Oakville Program Committee, led by Marg MacLure and Phyllis Kingsley, has once again organized a great year of speakers. These are the great topics and presenters that members can look forward to in the coming year: September 18, 2017 Jodie-Lynn Waddilove, Legal Counsel, Ministry of the Attorney General, Government of Ontario Indigenous Peoples – Discussing Historical …

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May 31

CFUW Oakville announces 2017 Scholarship Winners

CFUW-Oakville has donated a total of $16,500 in scholarships this year to ten Oakville women graduating from publicly funded schools who intend to pursue studies at post-secondary institutions and to one mature student. The Mature Student Award is intended to help a mature student upgrade qualifications needed to re-enter the work force or qualify for …

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May 25

Outgoing CFUW Oakville President Linda Love celebrates the year’s successes

The commitment and energy of our Club members and our Board made this a very successful year. Key to our successes were ensuring that our members had opportunities for learning; that our Club continued to grow and build our capacity; and that CFUW Oakville was recognized for influencing policy decisions that affect women and children …

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Aug 18

2017-2018 Fabulous Line-up of Speakers for Monthly General Meetings

The CFUW Oakville Program Committee, led by Marg MacLure and Phyllis Kingsley, has once again organized a great year of speakers. Details on meeting location and times can be found in three different areas on cfuwoakville.ca: • the CFUW Oakville membership brochure; • the monthly In Touch Newsletter; or • the Program menu tab. These are the …

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Aug 08

CFUW Oakville’s Advocacy Voice in Action – Mental Health, Asbestos, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Advocacy is one of the pillars of CFUW. As a member of CFUW, you are part of a global network of women who work to improve the lives of girls and women in the world, and to promote education and social change. CFUW Oakville has a lively Advocacy Committee chaired by Anne Douglas and Brenda …

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Aug 03

The Power of Women Working Together – Worth Quoting …

Dr. Ann Hall, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta, described CFUW as “one of Canada’s pre-eminent women’s organizations.” She added: “With the increased challenge of these economic times, an independent member-funded, non-partisan organization of thoughtful, engaged, educated women such as we have in our over 100 Clubs, can have a real impact. This is an organization …

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Feb 13

Don’t forget that women’s rights are a recent invention: Heather Mallick Toronto Star

A celebration of a few exceptional women who courageously fought to make Canada a more just and inclusive country By: Heather Mallick Columnist, Published on Mon Feb 1 2016 Women of Canada, would you like to become a riotous subversive artist? Start a union? Win back First Nations rights taken from you because you married …

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