CAAWS NEWS ARCHIVES

SPORT LEADERS GATHER IN TORONTO

On Thursday, November 29, CAAWS gathered almost 100 sport leaders to toss bean bags, build Lego, and lunge across the floor of the MLSE LaunchPad gym – all in the name of learning how to keep girls in sport.

INCREASING GENDER EQUITY AND INCLUSION

The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, joined CAAWS this week in Toronto for a discussion about how to increase gender equity and inclusion in sport leadership.

WISE FUND APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Our 2019 WISE Fund application process is now open! Tell us your story and you could win $1000 to help support women and girls.

CAAWS BUILDS ON STRENGTH WITH NEW BOARD

CAAWS is excited to welcome three new members to its dynamic Board of Directors! Althea Arsenault, Bill Cooper, and Deidra Dionne have joined the CAAWS board for a two-year term that started in September.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL!

#ChampionChange with CAAWS on International Day of the Girl! Imagine: a sport and physical activity system that champions girls. One that supports them to be lifelong participants and leaders. One that helps them reach their full potential.

TAKE ACTION: GENDER EQUALITY / COACHES WEEK

This week CAAWS is celebrating both National Coaches Week and Canada’s first Gender Equality Week. What a relevant and timely crossover!

LAUNCH OF KEEPING GIRLS IN SPORT

In celebration of National Coaches Week, CAAWS is proud to partner with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and the Coaching Association of Canada in the launch of Keeping Girls in Sport.

WOMEN ON BOARDS FALL PROGRAMMING LAUNCH

CAAWS is excited to announce the launch of our 2018-2019 Women on Boards programming.

CAAWS APPLAUDS NEW SPORT CANADA REGULATIONS

CAAWS applauds the announcement made this morning by the Minister of Science and Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities regarding harassment, abuse, and discrimination in sport.

IDAHO BLOG – LGBTQI2S

The International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) is held annually on May 17th to celebrate sexual and gender diversity. This year’s global theme is “Alliances for Solidarity” which is appropriate for our work in Canada to make sport