Project Maple Leaf
Canadian Coalition To Empower Women (CCEW) exists to advance gender equality and the economic empowerment of women in Canada; recognizing it is essential to build strong economies, establish more stable and just societies, and improve the quality of life for all Canadians and their families in communities across Canada.
W.O.R.K. stands for Women Offering Resources and Knowledge. This charitable organization provides financial support for educational seminars that are sponsored through BPW clubs across Canada.
"When it comes time to elect our next government in October, we want to see party leaders explain how they plan to build a more equal Canada for us all, and make meaningful commitments to change women’s lives for the better, at home and around the world. This must start with a nationally broadcast leaders’ debate on issues identified by women in all their diversity.
Almost 35 years ago during the 1984 election, political party leaders John Turner, Brian Mulroney, and Ed Broadbent did just that.