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CFUW Celebrates National Indigenous Day!

June 20, 2018 - June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, where we honour and celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ diverse culture and heritage. The date chosen corresponds with the summer solstice, or the longest day of the year.
Kathryn Wilkinson, VP Education has prepared a brief letter to invite CFUW members to celebrate this day and engage in reconciliation. Consult her letter here.


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CFUW Submits a Brief on Bill C-71

June 5, 2018 – In its brief to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security CFUW asks that strong provisions to reduce the risks of firearms being used inappropriately be included in Bill C-71. The proposed Bill reintroduces important provisions to ensure the safety of all Canadians. However, additional provisions related to screening and licensing, tracking and control of sales, control and transport of restricted weapons and to end the possession of assault weapons are needed to respond adequately to key public safety concerns.

Access our full brief here..


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CFUW Requests Stronger Gun Control

May 11, 2018 - The lack of control over guns endangers human life. Guns facilitate violence and increase the vulnerability of women and children living in abusive situations to serious physical and psychological harm and to homicide.
CFUW wrote to Minister Goodale, Minister Monsef and several Members of Parliament to ask for strong provision in Bill C-71. Clubs across the country are also getting involved in this serious public safety issue and writing to their own elected officials. For more information contact

Read our full letter here.


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