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Upcoming Events

WTC events provide learning opportunities to our membership, draw attention to important issues in cities for all equity-deserving genders, highlight community leaders and activists, and foster a commitment to intersectionality.

Putting an Equity Lens on Community Engagement 
June 13 at 12:00 PM (PDT) on Zoom

How can your organization build relationships and develop reciprocal community engagement practices that are rooted in equity? This workshop explores community engagement challenges and provides tips to overcome them by embedding intersectionality throughout your work.

WTC & The Climate Reality Project Canada Present: Climate Resilience at the Local Level
July 30 at 12:00 PM (PDT) on Zoom

Are you curious about what local governments can do to advance climate action across Canada? Are you interested in evaluating their responses and holding them accountable for their climate impacts?  Join us for a webinar with The Climate Reality Project as we talk about community progress on climate policy and initiatives at the local level and what you can do in your own community!

WTC Member Book Club

Time & location TBD 

Become a WTC member to join our feminist book club that meets bi-monthly both virtually and in-person. Join our Book Club Slack channel for more information on meeting times and current book.

WTC Member Welcome Session 

July 29 at 5:30 PM on Zoom


Join our new member orientation. Together we can meet other members and go over:

  • An overview of WTC and our history

  • Current programs and initiatives

  • Membership benefits

  • Ways to get involved

Examining the Role of Local Government in Truth & Reconciliation
September 12 at 5:30 PM (PDT) on Zoom

Local government has an important role in Truth and Reconciliation. This webinar will share highlights from WTC’s research from The TRC Calls to Action in BC Municipalities: Progress, Barriers, and Opportunities to Accelerate Implementation. We'll explore the progress municipalities are making on the Calls to Action along with key challenges they face and ways you can help your community advance the calls. 

Engaging with Local Government: Tips on How to Speak to City Council
October 10 at 5:00 PM (PDT) on Zoom

One of the best ways to engage with your decision-makers is to speak at City Hall! If you're passionate about making your city a better place to live, this work will cover how you can get involved in public hearings to influence your local decision-makers. 

When new events are confirmed they’ll be shared on our social media and through our monthly newsletter — so make sure you’re signed up!

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