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Nominations Now Open! 2023 YWCA Cambridge Women of Distinction Awards

This year marks an exciting departure from the traditional Women of Distinction Awards. The 2023 awards are taking a more holistic and inclusive approach that will ensure nominees are recognized for their own unique strengths, achievements and contributions while centering YWCA Cambridge’s core values of equity, self-determination, inclusion, community and leadership.

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Community Service Providers Partner to Host Public All-Candidates Meeting on Future of Social Services, Cambridge and Kitchener South-Hespeler Ridings

health supports, are seeing unprecedented demand. We want to hold a session where we can talk openly about the challenges people are facing in the community, and give candidates an opportunity to give their perspectives and plans to solve these issues.” 

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Statement in Response to the Racist and Sexist Attacks on Community Leader, Selam Debs

These acts of violence are happening within our communities and throughout this Region. We can all say that “hate doesn’t belong here,” but it’s important that we also recognize that it IS here and that our neighbours who are Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, those who are trans, 2SLGBTQ+ and those who have disabilities are experiencing it and are far more likely to encounter it in their daily lives simply by existing. That is why the anti-racism work that community leaders like Selam Debs provide is essential and we must condemn those who, through threats of violence and abusive language, try to silence it.

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