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On January 30, 2019, The City of Calgary announced $3 million funding for Mental Health and Addictions Programs.

For the third year in a row, CIWA partnered with The Shoe Project to provide immigrant women the opportunity to share their immigration stories. The Shoe Project was founded by Katherine Govier eight years ago in Toronto to provide a platform where immigrant and refugee women can share their stories of their arrival in Canada – through a pair of shoes.  The women are coached by Canadian writers and theatre professionals. As of today, The Shoe Project holds performances in Halifax, Toronto, Calgary, Canmore, and Vancouver. 

CIWA is pleased to announce a new project! Supporting the Economic Security of Unpaid Caregivers is a project that focuses on supporting immigrant women who are providing informal/unpaid care for a family member (child, spouse, aging parent or grandparent, etc.).

CIWA is pleased to announce a new project! Employment Security Alliance for Vulnerable Immigrant Women is a project that plans to increase the economic security of immigrant and refugee women who are fleeing domestic abuse.

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