CAAWS NEWS ARCHIVES

CAAWS UNVEILS AMBITIOUS STRATEGIC PLAN

CAAWS is proud to present its bold three-year plan for leading change for women and girls within the sport and physical activity system.

IT’S INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!

CAAWS encourages everyone to celebrate girls and women in sport and to #PressForProgress this International Women’s Day and throughout the year.

REFLECTIONS ON THE BUDGET

The 2018 federal budget brought two major announcements for women and sport: $30M in funding over 3 years for women and sport initiatives, and a target of gender equality in sport by 2035.

WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SPORT REPORT

CAAWS congratulates the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage on its landmark report on women and girls in sport

CELEBRATION OF WOMEN AND SPORT

Join us for a dynamic event to connect the past, the present and the future of women and sport on October 11.

May 17 – IDAHO

This year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHO) theme of mental health and well-being reminds us that while there is growing recognition that sexual and gender diversity is not linked to mental health, there is also increased recognition

CANADA WINTER GAMES

WOMEN and LEADERSHIP

CAAWS Women and Leadership Workshops are now being rolled-out across the country.

ACTIVE AFTER SCHOOL CASE STUDY

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton have been partnering with CAAWS on a mentoring project – part of CAAWS’ involvement in the Canadian Active After School Partnership.

CAAWS IWD CELEBRATION

On the eve of International Women’s Day, March 7th, 2014, close to 80 men and women gathered at Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre