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Welcome!

Are you interested in joining a thriving Toronto women's club that offers opportunities to make new friends and that provides intellectual stimulation and fellowship? Then you have found the right place.

 Who are we?

The University Women's Club of North York was founded in 1951. We have over 200  members who represent a wide variety of interests, disciplines, and professional achievements.

Our club is a member  of the Canadian Federation of University Women. Through CFUW our club is linked to Graduate Women Internationalworld-wide network of women who bring different perspectives to concerns similar to ours.

 What do we offer?

  • Monthly meetings with lively speakers
  • Over two dozen interest groups and activities
  • Participation in public affairs and in the community
  • Networking with members at local, provincial, national, and international meetings
  • Development of leadership skills

  Who can join?

  A woman of any age - no university degree necessary - who agrees with our objectives:

  • To promote education of women and girls
  • To improve the status of women, human rights, and quality of life  

 We wholeheartedly welcome new members; they enrich our club. 

 Try us out before you join by visiting one of our monthly meetings

 Click  here for club brochure page 1

 Click here for club brochure page 2

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November 28 7:30 pm

Nikki Whaites

Deputy Director of International Programming for

War Child Canada

Nikki will speak about War Child,a Canadian charitable organization working with children all over the world to reduce the effects of poverty, provide an education, and to defend and promote child rights; she will also talk about her most recent work in the Middle East.

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On November 25th, CFUW in partnership with the Grandmother's Advocacy Network, joined in the United Nations sponsored event to light the community orange, and to call on governments, and individuals to develop actions, and provide funding to eliminate violence against women and girls. The TORONTO sign in Nathan Phillips Square, as well as Toronto City Hall towers were lit orange for the evening to mark our event and bring attention to the cause.

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