Our Mission is to provide a forum for Black Women to improve their lives by identifying and addressing issues which affect them, their families and their communities.
With or without assistance, the black woman manages to educate her children, tend to her sick and aged, labours both inside and outside her home.
She survives-and the race survives.
Mrs Vera Jackson, President, CBWC (Montreal) 07-07-08
The Congress of Black Women of Canada chose the cactus as a symbol to show the strength and resiliency of Black women.
The Cactus is of a family of plants that thrives under the most adverse conditions. No matter how arid the soil, no matter that no care or attention is given, the cactus survives, multiplies, flowers and bears fruit.
A fitting symbol!
MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN to
All black women 16 years and over
CHAPTER MEETINGS are held on the first Saturday of every month at 7pm at:
Iroquois Sports Complex
500 Victoria St West, Whitby, ON
Please note that due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 Outbreak, the regularly schedule Monthly Meetings have been cancelled until further notice.
Please stay safe.
"Sometimes My Mother Gets Angry" by Bebe Moore Campbell
"Becoming" by Michelle Obama.
"The Path Made Clear" by Oprah Winfrey