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International Women’s Day Brunch

A panel discussion of influential female leaders at Algoma University will take place. All are welcome to RSVP to hr@algomau.ca by February 28 to attend this event and be served breakfast food and refreshments!

International Women’s Week: Take Back the Campus

Members of Algoma University will march to end sexual violence, and unite with the vision of making our campus a safer environment to work, study, and grow. A keynote speaker will lead a discussion around sexual violence,

International Women’s Week: Lunch and Learn

Representatives from the Sexual Violence Task Force will discuss their role at Algoma University, inform employees of the new Sexual Violence Policy, and advise of procedures if someone reports an incident to you. RSVP to hr@algomau.ca by February 26 to attend this event and be served lunch!

International Women’s Week: Information Booths

Local non-profit organizations will visit Algoma University to discuss the resources available to all members of our community. If you complete a “one-minute card on consent” in front of the crowd, you will be served a free lunch.

Public Lecture Featuring Rhonda Mullins

The English department’s Algoma Reads course run by Dr. Alice Ridout will be hosting speaker, Rhonda Mullins. Rhonda is the translator for the CBC Reads 2019 book finalist, Suzanne, written by Anais Barbeau-Lavalette. Rhonda will be giving a public lecture on Tuesday,

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s March

The 12th Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women, two spirit, and gender non-conforming people will be held on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019.
We welcome people of all ages, genders, cultures, and physical abilities to gather in front of the Sault Ste.

Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Join us at the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (EW 202), Algoma University, on March 14, 2018 from 10am to 3:30pm for an all day communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to gender, Indigenous communities,

Algoma Powderpuff Football

The Algoma University Thunderbirds Powderpuff Football team is planning on travelling to Waterloo, Ontario to compete in the annual OUA Powderpuff Women’s Flag Football Tournament in February that is held at the University of Wilfred Laurier to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research.

Full Moon Ceremony

Anishinaabe Initiatives Division welcomes all women to a Full Moon Ceremony on Thursday September 7, 2017 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.  We will meet in Anishinaabe Student Life Centre SH 201. For more information: please contact Melissa Agawa,

Paint night

This is a fundraiser for Phoenix Rising Women’s Centre. We offer services to women of the community. Including mental health and addiction support.