Women Working Together

Welcome

Council of Women Winnipeg operates as a non-partisan, non-sectarian diverse network of organizations and individuals who advocate for the welfare of Winnipeg women, families and society.

2000+

Total Women Support

Who We Are

CWW has contributed as a role model for other women

Ten Winnipeg women's groups came together on March 27th 1894, to organize the Winnipeg Council, one of the first in Canada. At one time, there were nearly 100 federate or organizational members of Council. Today, with many of these organizations no longer existing, there are fewer federate members.

  • Advocates with other groups, politicians and businesses on issues to improve the quality of life in Winnipeg
  • Educates and informs members and the public on local issues
  • Makes presentations to Winnipeg City Council and commissions
  • Develops resolutions and policies 
  • Organizes community forums, programs and presentations
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Events

CWW Meetings

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10Jun

2024 130th Anniversary Lt. Governor

The Council would like to thank your Honourable Lt. Governor, Anita Neville for the lovely reception at the Governor House on May 23, 2024  in celebrating our 130th Anniversary 1894 – 2024. Our president, Brenda Buleziuk presented a gift of a water color print called “Fabric of Nation” to her. A group of Canadian women

10Jun

2024 AGM – Council of Women of Winnipeg

2024 AGM – Council of Women of Winnipeg 130th Anniversary Meeting Council welcomes the new Executive Board Members; President – Brenda Buleziuk, VP – Lori Blande, Treasurer – Brigitte Lubaka Wabiwa, Recording Secretary – Susan Hancharyk Standing Committees Chairs; Program – Lisa Tarko, Membership – Laura Hazlitt, Communcations – Randi Gage, Resolutions – Gisele Saurette

07Apr

130th Anniversary of the Council of Women of Winnipeg 1894 – 2024

We kicked off our 130th Anniversary celebration with a reception at City Hall on April 3rd, 2024. We met with your honor, Mayor Scott Gillingham, councilors and many CWW members and guests. In recognizing our milestone the council presented to City Hall a gift of a watercolor print called “Fabric of a Nation”. Also, the

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Network

Our Partners

The Council of Women Winnipeg is proud to be affiliated to the Provincial Council of Women Winnipeg and the National Council of Women Canada