Budget 2023: Key Highlights for the Equal Futures Network

This summary includes immediate highlights of Federal Budget 2022 tabled by Finance Minister Chrystia Freelend in the House of Commons on April 7, 2022. Further analysis and implications of budget measures on gender equality and diversity will be shared on our social media channels in the coming days.

What We Heard Report: Gender and the environment: transformative change for the climate crisis

On August 13, 2021, the Equal Futures Network, in partnership with the Réseau des femmes en environnement, convened a group of organizations for a 90-minute think-tank session to discuss the climate crisis and its effects stretching beyond the environment, specifically the links between climate change and gender and how these links affect populations, communities and […]

What We Heard Report: Moving Beyond the Binary: Deconstructing Gender and Gendered Language in Canada.

On June 23, 2021, the Equal Futures Network in partnership with the Enchanté Network hosted a 90-minute Incubator Session bringing organizations together to discuss moving beyond the binary by deconstructing concepts of gender and the use of gendered language in Canada.  Participants heard presentations from representatives of the Enchanté Network, the Edmonton 2 Spirit Society […]

What We Heard Report: Equal Futures Network Incubator on Menstrual Equity

On May 14th, 2021, the Equal Futures Network hosted a 90 minute Incubator Session bringing organizations together to connect, discuss and share challenges on the impacts of menstrual health, hygiene and equity in Canada. The Equal Futures Network was joined by three menstrual health champions from the United Way’s Period Promise Campaign, All Cycles Edmonton […]

The Equal Futures Network acknowledges that Indigenous people are the traditional guardians of Turtle Island, on the land also known as Canada

Read our full Territory Acknowledgment here.