Welcome to the Canadian Association of Women in Construction Website
OSMWRC invites you to join us as we host this fundraiser and in joint efforts with CAWIC to support women in construction
Fire & Ice Gala
Sponsored by: Ontario Sheet Metal and Roofers Conference
Janet Davis - Toronto City Councilor
Melinda Donnelly - Nova Felx- President
Karen Lior - Toronto Workforce Innovative Group - Executive Director
Jamie MacMillan - Founder of Journeyman
Mike Mahon - OSMWRC President
Linda McGrath - Project Coordinator of City's North Employment Part.
Liz Pimentel - Here 74 - President
Merissa Preston - LiUNA 506 - Local 506 Training
Mellany Tamburo - Tam-Kal Sheet Metal - Principle
Art White - SMWIA - LU 30 - Business Manager
CAWIC is a not for profit organization formed to enhance the success of women in the Canadian construction industry.
To facilitate the success of women in the Canadian construction industry by uniting our voices, knowledge and resources through the passion of our members and the women we inspire.
Our Core Values
Leadership Mentorship Membership Partnership
CAWIC’s membership base consists of women of all ages in a very diverse mix of industries spanning every sector of business. They include: Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Law, Real Estate, Trades, Manufacturing, Interior Design & Renovation, and Technology.
If you are interested in learning more about CAWIC and how we can help enhance your success, please contact us.
CAWIC Calls on Construction Industry to Promote Women’s Advancement
Toronto, Ontario – (August 26, 2014) - The Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC) launched its Women’s Advancement Project in St. John’s, Newfoundland today. CAWIC is calling on industry employers, unions and educational partners to collaborate with CAWIC to address the shortage of skilled trades in Canada by promoting the entry and advancement of women into leadership roles within the construction industry.
Earlier this year, CAWIC was awarded a grant from the Government of Canada for $249,900 through Status of Women Canada. The grant will fund a three-year project to conduct research and develop, with collaboration from industry employers and female participants, an action plan to open doors for women’s entry, retention and advancement into leadership roles within the construction industry.
CAWIC is actively seeking employer partners who share its vision to promote change and break down barriers for women in the industry, to create an action plan that makes economic sense, is realistic and attainable. Industry employers with operations in Alberta, Ontario and Newfoundland/Labrador have the opportunity to get directly involved in this important initiative.
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