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ABOUT PCWO
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN OF ONTARIO (PCWO)
A Federation of Local Councils of Women and Provincial Organizations
Working together Since 1923




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CONTACT US: PCWOntario@gmail.com

AIM

The aim of the Council of Women is to work for the betterment of conditions pertaining to family, community and society.

Members try to accomplish this through interest and action in such areas as economics, education, health, environment, housing, justice, status of women, social development and seniors' issues.


MEMBERSHIP

The Provincial Council of Women of Ontario is composed of Local Councils throughout Ontario and Provincial Organizations.


PCWO STRUCTURE

The PCWO Board includes the Executive, Vice-Presidents in charge of specific Study Committees and Administrative Chairpersons. Similar committees in Local Councils are members of the PCWO Study Committees.


PCWO WORK

The Provincial Council of Women of Ontario was formed in 1923 and carries concerns of women in the province to the Ontario Provincial Government.

Members and Vice-Presidents identify emerging issues during the year and prepare resolutions to be studied and voted on by the membership at the Annual General Meeting.

Resolutions passed by the membership culminate in a Brief which is submitted and discussed with legislators at Queen's Park each fall.
Throughout the year, letters are written to the Premier, Ministers and presentations are made to government representatives.


MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Work together to improve communities and society by identifying emerging needs, raising public awareness and responding to current concerns.

Provide ideas, leadership and strength to an organization whose history has proven its worth.

Meet and work with interesting community leaders.

Benefit from experience of other individuals and organizations.

Network with people having different viewpoints.

Discuss issues with other community organizations throughout the province.

Meet yearly with elected government representatives.

Web Site: www.pcwocanada.org


For further information Please contact:

LOCAL COUNCILS (Established)
Hamilton (1893)
London & Area (1894)
Ottawa (1893)
St. Catharines & District (1918)
Toronto & Area (1893)

PROVINCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
• Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario
• Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Ontario
• Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario
• Ontario Dental Hygienists' Association
• Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association
• Ontario Home Economics Association
• Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation
• Ontario Women's Liberal Commission
• Polish Alliance Ladies Circle - Central Executive
• Polish Canadian Women's Federation
• The Salvation Army
• Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada - Eastern Executive



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