We will meet with fellow Democrats indoors before the march and then proceed to Nathan Phillips Square, where we will gather to the LEFT area of the stage.
Meet-Up Place for DA Toronto Women's Caucus
10:15 – 11:00 a.m.
Toronto Eaton Centre
Level 1 facing Queen St. W.
220 Yonge St, Toronto M5B 2H1
Closest Subway on the Yonge Line at Queen Station and Dundas Stations. Also Queen and Dundas streetcars. Paid parking on site or there are nearby options City of Toronto Municipal Parking Facilities
The Saskatchewan chapter of Democrats Abroad Canada will be taking part in the Saskatoon Women's March on Saturday December 20. Meet up at 9:45 AM in front of Fionn MacCools on 2nd Avenue and we'll all walk to the rallying point at River Landing. We have a banner, but bring your signs. Hope to see a lot of you there!
Hosted by Women's March Canada: Ottawa Chapter
Saturday, January 20 at 12 PM - 4 PM
Parliament Hill, Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A4
WE MARCH AGAIN~ in solidarity with women and human rights groups from across the world we will be marching again to show that the progress made in 2017 was not enough. There is still so much work to do to protect and advance the rights of women, and the rights of all vulnerable citizens in our country. If you think 2017 was a loud year for women, well - you ain't seen nothing yet!
From Parliament Hill, we will head down Wellington to Bank, Bank to Laurier, Laurier to Bronson, and Bronson to the Bronson Centre.
Your Fellow Democrats Abroad in the National Capital Region,
David Schellenberg, Chapter Chair
Lissette Wright, Chapter Vice-Chair
James Kehoe, Chapter Membership Secretary & Volunteer Coordinator
Andrew Watson, Chapter Treasurer & English Media Contact
John Klenk, Chapter Secretary
Women's March Canada - Whitehorse March would like to acknowledge that we march on the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and of the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.
WE MARCH ~ in solidarity with women and human rights groups from across the world we will be marching to show that the progress made in 2017 was not enough. There is still so much work to do to protect and advance the rights of women, and the rights of all vulnerable citizens in our country. If you think 2017 was a loud year for women, well - you ain't seen nothing yet!
Women’s organizations in Whitehorse with the organizers of last year’s Women’s March invite you to save the date for a timely conversation about women’s issues in Whitehorse.
Following the march, everyone is invited to the Centre de la francophonie (302 Strickland St) to share some food and hot beverages.
Let's March to the Ballot Box! Come stand with DA Canada, Victoria Chapter as we join with 2018 Women's March Canada!
Last year, the Women's March on Washington inspired and motivated millions of people around the world to show we would not stand idly by while Trump and the Republicans tried to turn back the clock on common decency and respect for everyone's rights.
Now, men, women and children around the world will be marching on the one year anniversary of the Women's March on Washington! We will celebrate the victories in 2017 but also acknowledge that the progress made in 2017 was not enough. There is still so much work to do to protect and advance the rights of women, and the rights of all vulnerable citizens in our country.
Please join DA Canada, Victoria Chapter in supporting the 2018 Women's MarchCanada-Victoria (Click here for Facebook Event link)
When: Saturday, January 20, 2018
Where: Victoria City Hall, 1 Centennial Square [Map]
Time: 11:00 am
DA Meet-up: Starbucks - Centennial Square, 1689 Government St (@ Fisgard St) at 10:45 am
Let us know you are coming--please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DA Victoria Chapter
Giles Hogya, Chair Emeritus
Pat Kostek, Vice-Chair
Peggy Hamilton, Treasurer
Chris Stooksbury, Secretary
Heidi Burch, Member-at-Large
Penny Hocking, Member-at-Large
Sandi Jones, Member-at-Large
Anny Schaefer, Member-at-Large
Jessica Eitel, Acting Member-at-Large, UVic Representative
Diana Shnider, Volunteer par Excellence
Come to Jack Astors any time after noon, and ask to be seated in the area reserved for Democrats Abroad and Our Revolution. The presentation is at 4 and you are welcome to stay for dinner.
Around 3pm volunteers should be available to help you vote, sign up to volunteer, sign up to join caucuses, talk about DA and OR, and our new Progressive Caucus in DA.
Getting to Jack Astors
133 John Street
Toronto, ON, M5V 2E4
Jack Astors is located on John Street, on the east side of John, between Richmond and King.
By Foot from Nathan Phillips Square (Women March On)
Head West on Queen St past about 5 streets. Turn Left on John and walk a few blocks. It is just past Richmond St, before you get to Nelson St.
Subway: Osgoode Station. West on Queen and make a left (south) on John St.
Dundas streetcar: Beverly, south on Beverley, left Grange park (behind the AGO) and follow the path south toward John St. Continue South on John several blocks, just after Richmond.
Queen streetcar: exit at John and walk south, just past Richmond. 133 is on the left.
From the west, proceed east on Adelaide and north on John. [Off Gardiner Expressway, take Spadina exit, north to Adelaide, east on Adelaide, north on John]
From the east, proceed west on Richmond and south on John.
Closest is PARKWAY RioCan Hall Garage 263 Richmond St W (bet. John St-Widmer St) Should be $10 if out by 7pm, but please confirm fee onsite. [note Richmond runs one way from East to West.]
Cheapest is Green P Parking at Nathan Phillips Square. $8 Flat Rate on Saturdays. Confirm fee onsite. 110 Queen Street West (Nathan Phillips Square Garage)
Various on-street metered parking is approx. $3-4 per hour
Free street parking on Saturdays may be found on John St, north of Richmond, and on Stephanie St (at the north end of John St). Read parking signs carefully! Don’t get towed or ticketed. We need you in the Resistance!