Biographical Info Our Mission – The Canadian Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs (BPW Canada) develops the professional and leadership potential of women in Canada through education, awareness, advocacy and mentoring within a supportive network. Our Vision – To achieve a just and equal status of women in all levels and areas of society where decisions are taken in true partnership with men, based on mutual respect, for a more balanced and peaceful world.
BECOME A BPW KW MEMBER TODAY!
(Did you know? You don't need to be a member to join us.) However, Membership in BPW offers you the opportunity for:
-- Leadership experience, a channel through which you may grow and contribute;
-- Personal advancement, a sense of prestige in being a member who is advancing not only for herself but other business and professional women;
-- Participation through an organization which encourages an active role in local, state, national and international affairs;
-- Friendship with women of similar interests
You, in turn, offer BPW the opportunity to benefit from:
-- Your experience -- Your individual thinking
-- Your initiative -- Your friendship
Women Working for Working Women
“On 1 January 2016, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development — adopted by world leaders in September 2015 at a historic UN Summit — officially came into force. Over the next fifteen years, with these new Goals that universally apply to all, countries will mobilize efforts to end all forms […]
BPW Ontario’s Aims BPW Ontario aims to unite business and professional women in all parts of Ontario and beyond to: Work For Women’s: economic independence equal opportunity and representation in economic, civil and political life Encourage and Support Women and Girls: to develop their professional and leadership potential to undertake lifelong education and training […]
Our alliance with Courage for Freedom began at the 2018 BPW Ontario Conference when the organization was introduced to Kelly Franklin Executive Director of Farmtown Canada and Courage for Freedom. From that point, began the work of setting up the sex trafficking awareness campaign, Project ON route. Heather Ellis, BPW Ontario First Vice-President and BPW Ontario Resolutions/By-Laws Chair, was […]
July 30 was International Day to End Trafficking in Persons, and, it also marked the end of Project ONroute. It was a month-long awareness campaign at ONroutes across the province asking people to educate themselves about the signs and risks of human trafficking. This campaign was put on by Courage for Freedom, a charity dedicated […]