WEC is pleased to announce the launch of “Her Own Boss!”, a community-based project that explores the challenges in self-employment for visible minority immigrant women in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Northern and Eastern Ontario, and Eastern Newfoundland.

 

This year WEC attended the Canadian Conference on Social Enterprise. We met SE movers and shakers, shared WEC’s heart for women-centred CED, and discovered why SE is now an international movement. Check out our big takeaways from the conference.

 Request for Proposal

The Women’s Economic Council (WEC) invites qualified firms and/or consultants to submit a proposal to design and develop an evaluation plan and then evaluate our project. Please click here to download the RFP application and our responces to applicants questions.

  Are you an immigrant woman from a visible minority?

 

Apply for our new research project Her own Bossand learn how to  be successfully self-employed

"I was so excited"

The Women’s Economic Council is a gathering of women-centred community economic development organizations and practitioners. We are a national charitable organization helping Canadian women, especially marginalized women and those at risk of poverty, achieve their economic goals.

We work with community organizations, helping to connect, nurture, and support.

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