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Saskatchewan Chapter


Welcome!

 

Welcome from the interim Chair Tammy Robert, Saskatchewan Chapter

 

Welcome to the Equal Voice Saskatchewan Chapter! 

 

What Does the SK Chapter of Equal Voice Want to Accomplish?

 

We are committed to working to increase women's representation among elected officials. In keeping with Equal Voice's goal to help create a climate in which more women will be elected to help govern, we are forming an action group dedicated to publicly raising the issue of under-representation of women in Saskatchewan, both in our legislature and in our national Parliament.

 

The outgoing BC chapter chair is Tina Beaudry-Mellor and the incoming interim chair is Tammy Robert. 

 

Contact the Equal Voice Saskatchewan Chapter: sk@equalvoice.ca
 

Equal Voice Membership 

 

We would also like to take this opportunity to encourage you to renew your Equal Voice membership, or join for the first time (be sure to select the Saskatchewan chapter on the form and sign up to our e-newsletter to recieve all Equal Voice Communications).

 

 

Social Media 

 

You can also connect with the Equal Voice Saskatchewan chapter and interact with us on social media:

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ev.sask 

Twitter: @EqualVoiceSK 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are also really, really excited to announce that Saskatchewan has 2 new Equal Voice Champions, who will be joining both Tina Beaudry-Mellor and Laura Ross in championing our Be Her, Support Her and Celebrate Her campaign.  Those two champions are

 

Jill Poulton, Life Coach and Member of the John Maxwell Leadership Team

Dr. Jane Ekong, Trustee, Regina Public School Board

 

You can become a Champion and be profiled along with some incredible women, like Hon. Kim Campbell.  Check out their profiles and statements here. 

 

2014 Focus

 

In conjunction with the Strategic Plan developed by the National Board of Equal Voice in the fall of 2013, Equal Voice Saskatchewan will focus on 2 primary areas in 2014.  These will enable us to gear up for almost 18 months of consecutive elections at all levels of government in the Province of Saskatchewan which will begin in the fall of 2015.  These two priority areas are:

 

  1. Building organizational capacity; and
  2. Reaching out to women already serving in elected office in Saskatchewan at all levels:  school boards, RMs, band councils, the Saskatchewan legislature and in Parliament to find out what we can do to support them better.

If you want to work with some incredible people on these worthy efforts, we would love to have you!  Please join our multiparty organization and step up as an Equal Voice Champion.  Become a member and find out more here.  

 
Contact the Equal Voice Saskatchewan Chapter: sk@equalvoice.ca

 


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