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Les STIM incluent les sciences, les technologies, l’ingénierie et les mathématiques.

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YWCA Toronto

YWCA Toronto offers women a chance to build a sustainable future in non-traditional occupations for women. They partner with colleges, unions, employers and business leaders to provide competitive, gender-based and inclusive training programs for women interested in entering the construction, landscaping and technology industries.

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Hire for Talent

Hire for Talent- Building an Inclusive Canadian Workforce is a national project that will deliver a Canada-wide awareness campaign aimed at increasing the confidence of employers when hiring people with disabilities. The awareness campaign also aims to increase employer awareness about how people with disabilities are a talented part of the workforce, and will provide resources to help employers tap into this talent pool during their search for skilled workers.

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SuperNova

SuperNOVA is a not-for-profit initiative of Dalhousie University that promotes STEM to youth in Atlantic Canada. All SuperNOVA programs are designed to complement provincial learning outcomes and incorporate practices and policies recommended by provincial and national organizations with expertise in STEM outreach, youth development, and day camp management.

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Québec – Programme pour la requalification et l’accompagnement en technologie de l’information et des communications

(French only resource) Le Programme pour la requalification et l’accompagnement en technologies de l’information et des communications (PRATIC) sera lancé le 1er juillet 2021. Il vise à encourager les personnes sans emploi à entreprendre une carrière dans le domaine des technologies de l’information et des communications (TIC). Grâce au PRATIC, ces personnes pourront suivre une formation tout en recevant une aide financière.

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Venture Out

Venture Out’s goal is to empower people to take ownership of their future and rewrite the narratives of what is possible. They believe boldness, understanding, curiosity, and respect across difference is critical to reaching that goal.

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Pioneering U of A heart transplant expert named to Order of Canada

When University of Alberta pediatric cardiologist Lori West was put in charge of the transplant program at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children in 1994, the situation was dire for newborns with bad hearts. Up until the first infant heart transplant in 1986, children born with certain kinds of heart malformations had a 100 percent mortality rate. Even after that, the rarity of matching hearts with blood type and size ensured that half the babies in need would die on the waiting list. 

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Closing the gender gap in STEM

From education to workplace hiring and retention, the barriers that prevent women from successful careers in STEM are well-documented. Women with STEM degrees are more likely to be unemployed and have lower median salaries than men with STEM degrees. In order to address these barriers and promote diversity in STEM, the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) hosted the event, “Women in STEM: A Panel Discussion,” in March 2018.

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Launch: Science and Engineering Camp

Participants will build, launch, dissect and soar their way through an engaging week-long program based on some of our favourite activities, experiments and projects from our 30-year history of STEM outreach on the University of Toronto’s St. George campus!

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Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology

Established in 1992, The Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) is a voluntary, non-profit national coalition of individual members and groups from across the country who advocate for a diverse and inclusive Canadian Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (SETT) workforce. CCWESTT strives for inclusion, compassion, respect, cooperation, trust and integrity in our partnerships and collaborations. The long history of the Coalition, shared core values, collaborative efforts and significant regional and national activities of member groups have provided a firm base from which CCWESTT has built a national voice for women in SETT to change, build, and lead policy and practice for a diverse workforce.

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Canadian Accessibility Network

The Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN) is a national collaboration to advance accessibility for persons with disabilities through Research, Design and Innovation, Education and Training, Policy, Employment, and Community Engagement.

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Celebrating notable Canadian women astronomers

February 11 marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science — Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). This is an opportunity to share how others were inspired by past mentors, including Canadian women who have made incredible contributions to astronomy.

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