Louise Brownlee

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Name: Louise Brownlee
Date registered: January 29, 2014

Latest posts

  1. November 20 – Achievers and Deceivers: Some Notable and Fascinating Canadian Women from Our Past — October 19, 2017
  2. Oct 4: Vital Conversation on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls — September 26, 2017
  3. On October 16, Connecting culture through art at the Aga Khan Museum — September 20, 2017
  4. CFUW Oakville President’s Welcome Message – “Nevertheless, she persists” — August 30, 2017
  5. CFUW Members benefit from a 5% discount on Travel with Via Rail — August 18, 2017

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Oct 19

November 20 – Achievers and Deceivers: Some Notable and Fascinating Canadian Women from Our Past

Gail Cuthbert Brandt will talk about several women of different racial backgrounds,regions,and eras and the mark they made on their local communities, our nation, and, in some cases, the world. If you think Canadian history is boring, the “herstory” of these individual women – some upstanding and famous, others unscrupulous and notorious – will hopefully …

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Sep 26

Oct 4: Vital Conversation on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Join the Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support in partnership with the Oakville Community Foundation at Sheridan’s Trafalgar Campus on the National Day of Action on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. This October 4 event is part of the Partnership on Truth & Reconciliation in Oakville in association with local women’s groups. The evening will feature ceremony, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://cfuwoakville.ca/oct-4-vital-conversation-on-missing-and-murdered-indigenous-women-and-girls/

Sep 20

On October 16, Connecting culture through art at the Aga Khan Museum

Jovanna Scorscone, Education Director, Aga Khan Museum will give an overview of the museum and its mission to engage with diverse audiences through its exhibits and educational programs. Join us to learn about this cultural hub and centre of learning.

Permanent link to this article: http://cfuwoakville.ca/on-october-16-learn-about-the-aga-khan-museum/

Aug 30

CFUW Oakville President’s Welcome Message – “Nevertheless, she persists”

Please come and visit us at one of our general meetings.  You will be more than welcome! For almost 70 years CFUW Oakville has provided a welcoming community for women of all ages in search of a place to share their talents, pursue their interests and improve the prospects for women and children.   For many of …

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Aug 18

CFUW Members benefit from a 5% discount on Travel with Via Rail

CFUW has partnered with VIA Rail Canada to provide our members with a 5% discount every time they travel using VIA Rail. This 5 % discount is for all destinations, and all fare categories, with the exception of the Escape fare, and the Prestige Fare, on the Canadian (Toronto to Vancouver train). Moreover, this discount …

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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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Permanent link to this article: http://cfuwoakville.ca/cfuw-oakville-announces-2017-scholarship-winners/

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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Permanent link to this article: http://cfuwoakville.ca/outgoing-cfuw-oakville-president-linda-love-celebrates-the-years-successes/

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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Permanent link to this article: http://cfuwoakville.ca/2016-2017-fabulous-line-up-of-speakers-for-monthly-general-meetings/

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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