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Forget Networking. Try Relationship BuildingMany networking events are impersonal and intensely sales driven. You may leave with a lot of business cards – but no real connections. CAWEE is different. We are dedicated to helping you build valuable, lasting relationships that will strengthen your business now and in the long-term. As a diverse, welcoming collective…

Company of Women is an award winning organization that supports, promotes and connects women entrepreneurs through its monthly events, online publications, conference and extensive website – www.companyofwomen.ca. Based in the Greater Toronto Area, there are five chapters, as well as one in Manitoba and over 80 events are held each year.

Diversity! in the Workplace is Canada’s only onlinepublication dedicated to workplace diversity and inclusion. We deliver national and global news, best practices, management tips and advice, profiles and diversity champions. Our calendars, resource links and upcoming events keep you in the loop. Visit www.diversityintheworkplace.ca. Follow us on Twitter @diversityink

Women in Capital Markets (WCM) is the largest network of professional women in the Canadian capital markets and the voice of advocacy for women our industry. WCM is committed to the advancement of women in the financial sector and to increasing the number of women in senior leadership roles in the Canadian economy. www.wcm.ca

Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) is a national organization dedicated to the advancement of women through a coast to coast network of professional women, men and companies in communications and technology. WCT empowers women in broadcasting, cable, telecommunications, digital media and technology to achieve professional success, to aim higher and to be recognized for their achievements. www.wct-fct.com/

CASIU the Canadian Trillium Chapter of IASIU IASIU membership is made up of thousands of members representing hundreds of insurance companies around the world. Members are employees and personnel of insurance or self-insured special investigation units, special agents or supervisors who support the investigative process and the law enforcement community involved in insurance fraud investigation.…

It is an exciting time in the nuclear industry and one that is ripe with opportunities for women and young people in the Skilled Trades and STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and mathematics. As such, Women in Nuclear Canada is looking to make the public, especially women, aware of the many benefits of nuclear…

The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCI), is the leading and trusted voice of the Canadian nuclear supply chain actively promoting the production of safe, clean and reliable nuclear electricity.  Founded in 1979, OCI is an association of 190+ leading Canadian suppliers to the nuclear industry in Canada and abroad. www.oci-aic.org