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Founded in 1974, Quebec Native Women Inc. (QNW) defends the interests of Aboriginal women from Quebec and Aboriginal women living in urban areas.

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03 June
2019
FAQ reacts to the final report of the NIMMIWG

Gatineau, June 3rd, 2019 – Quebec Native Women (QNW) attends today the presentation of the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Gir... Read more

09 April
2019
First Nations women leaders demand an end to Indiant Act sex discrimination before the election

Ottawa, April 9th, 2019 – “The sex discrimination in the Indian Act must be eliminated before the election is called,” said Sharon McIvor, who filed a successful ... Read more

16 February
2019
QNW launches a petition against discrimination in the Indian Act

Montreal, February 16th, 2019 – Quebec Native Women (QNW) launches a petition to call on government to end discrimination in the Indian Act, which persists despite Bill C-31, Bil... Read more

EVENTS

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QUEBEC NATIVE WOMEN.

June 03, 2019
Training Walking through the dark and into the light

Walking through the dark and into the light – An intervention guide to dealing with sexual assault is a training for front-line workers. Its main objective is to understand sexual vi...
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May 18, 2019
Attikamekw Women Elder and Youth Gathering

With the project “Listening to the Wisdom of Niokominanak (Our Elders)” Quebec Native Women (QNW) will be gathering elder Indigenous women (women aged 55+) and young Indigenous women (aged 18 t...
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May 11, 2019
Anishinaabe Women Elder and Youth Gathering

With the project “Listening to the Wisdom of Niokominanak (Our Elders)” Quebec Native Women (QNW) will be gathering elder Indigenous women (women aged 55+) and young Indigenous women (aged 18 t...
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