Peace in Korea

This letter was sent on behalf of WILPF Canada on July 17 to Prime Minister Trudeau; Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland; Jacqueline O’Neill, Women, Peace and Security Ambassador of Canada; and MP Joyce Murray. The Canadian Section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom urges you to support women’s advocacy for an […]

At What Cost?: Women Redefine Security

TAKE OUR SURVEY: Join the conversation and add your voice! Please participate before October 1st, in view of the pending federal election. Thank you! Every year in Canada, vast resources are expended in the name of military security while social programs like an affordable housing strategy and affordable daycare are either under-funded or not funded […]

Nanaimo Vigil for peace in Korea

On Monday, January 15th at 5 pm,  there will be a candle light vigil to support the peace-building process in Korea. This will be at the Diana Krall Plaza in downtown Nanaimo hosted by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Nanaimo chapter. The vigil is in solidarity with activities organized by The Vancouver Women’s […]

CANADA TO CREATE OVERSEAS MINING WATCHDOG

Canada plans to create an overseas mining watchdog early next year, a move welcomed by environmental and human rights activists. Ottawa says it will create an independent office that will specifically look at Canadian oil, mining, and gas companies’ activities abroad. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-resources-ombudsman/canada-to-create-overseas-mining-watchdog-early-in-2018-idUSKBN1E700N