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Annual Report – November, 2014

Please click on the links to learn more about the valuable projects that Canadian Voice of Women for Peace are involved in.


Statements and Resolutions

Since our humble beginning in 1960, one of our major roles is to monitor war and peace issues both in Canada and abroad. Below you will find the latest press releases endorsed by VOW. In addition, VOW partners with women’s peace groups around the world and together we make statements that are presented to the United Nations.



video by VOW Emily Adams from the Toronto event – Global March for Peace and Unity

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Global Day of Action on Military Spending: GDAMS

Members of Canadian Voice of Women for Peace collected signatures urging the government to reduce the budget of the Department of National Defence by 50% to the pre-Afghanistan war level of $10 billion and redirect the savings to the social and environmental priorities of Canadians.
Afterwards, members attended Science for Peace’s panel discussion entitled Militarization and Climate Reality: The Big Picture.
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Listen to VOW member Heather Menzies speaking about the White Poppy Campaign on the CBC’s The Current, Friday, November 9, 2012.  Heather is introduced at 17:30 minutes into the program

VOW takes action to Stop the Deportations in Canada

Nova Scotia Voice of Women for Peace at Occupy 2011

Janis Alton speaking about Canadian Voice of Women for Peace

VOW members participate in a Flashmob for Gaza’s Ark

Iraq War resister Kimberly Rivera honoured at Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW) Gala

Canadian Boat ‘Tahrir’ raided by Greek forces EXCLUSIVE

Lyn Adamson, co chair of Canadian Voice of Women was aboard the Tahrir. VOW was an endorser of the Boat to Gaza project.


Ottawa Raging Grannies