The Prosperity Project Newsletter issue 4 (special edition)

BY The Prosperity Project |
Sep 27, 2023 |

(seulement en anglais)

Gender Equality Week (Sept. 18-22) was a vibrant celebration of progress and a reminder of the work that still lies ahead. Throughout the week, we engaged our community with a number of posts focused on the progress made and what is still left to conquer. It served as a powerful reminder that, despite the strides we’ve made, there is still substantial work ahead to address gender disparities and foster inclusivity.

Banner reading: Here's how we can keep Gender Equality Week Going:

Get Involved

Looking for ways to get involved with the work we do? We are always looking for community members to support our mission and vision.

The Canadian Households Perspective (CHP) program needs input from individuals like you to understand how companies can support women’s advancement. We’re organizing focus groups for our next report to uncover what women need to succeed today. If you are interested, click the link below to fill out the survey, so we can place you in the correct group!

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Donate to The Prosperity Project and help us extend our tireless efforts to continue gender equality beyond a single week.

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Gender Equality Week: A Look Back

alt="Social media post reading: Gender Equality Week: Wrap Up. Thank you for joining us this Gender Equality Week! We had so much fun sharing stories, taking quizzes, shocking you with our 'did you know' and highlighting amazing women breaking down barriers. But gender equality should not just be one week. Want to know how you can do more?"

Take a look back at some of the content we shared during Gender Equality Week. Join us in keeping this important conversation alive by reposting our content, sharing stories, and advocating for change. Together, we can create a more equitable and inclusive world for all!


Social media post reading: How many years until we achieve gender equality in Canada? 25 years, 60 years, or 95 years?

Our quizzes got our audience engaged, tested their knowledge on gender equality issues and fostered conversations about gender equality.

Did you know?

Social media post reading: Did you know? Women in Canada hold 18% of Senior Management roles in large companies.

Our «Did You Know» facts challenged stereotypes and expanded awareness. These thought-provoking insights served as catalysts for important conversations and emphasized the importance of what still needs to be done.


Social media post reading: Trailblazing scholar, advocate, and senator: Lillian Dyck. "It takes time. It takes a lot of work ... the dedication. There's a lot of barriers and there are times you want to give up. But when you look at it over a period of a lifetime, it does add up and it can make a big difference."
Social media post reading: Drag Queen, social media math influencer, activist: Online Kyne. Online Kyne is changing the game with math tutorials that are as entertaining as they are educational. Kyne is smashing stereotypes and proving that LGBTQ+ individuals can excel in STEM fields. Kyne is a trailblazer breaking barriers with style and intellect.

We highlighted trailblazers like Lillian Dyck and Online Kyne to showcase remarkable Canadian women who have shattered barriers and made a difference. By celebrating their achievements, we aimed to inspire and acknowledge the pivotal contributions of women in Canada. Through these stories, we emphasized the importance of recognizing and supporting the diverse accomplishments of women across the country.

Thank you

Our community means the world to us. Thank you for your constant support as we strive to create a more equitable and prosperous Canada!

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