Edmonton Women's Quality of Life Scorecard
Note: There has been a revision to the bottom of page 7 to reflect accurate and more comprehensive gender based violence statistics.Corrected rates continue to demonstrate a higher than average rate of gender based violence in Edmonton.
WAVE: Annual Report - May 2015 - June 2016
WAVE: Annual Report - March 2014 - April 2015
Highlights our accomplishments and the building blocks of success of our first year. It was presented by Jackie Foord to Edmonton's Community Services Committee on Monday, June 29, 2015, and was very well received.
Women's Spring Symposium: Final Report - April 7, 2013
Women's Fall Symposium: Final Report - September 15, 2012
Increasing Women’s Involvement in the 2017 Municipal Election
A focus and priority for WAVE is increasing women’s participation and
visibility in the 2017 municipal election. This includes voting, supporting a
campaign, or running as a candidate for municipal office.
2016-17 Program Guide
Opening the Potential: Women Leading in Edmonton 2016/2017 Pilot Program for Women Interested in Municipal Politics
Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Committee that works to raise awareness of the importance of women in governance and to strengthen the participation of women in the democratic process.
Increasing Women's Participation in Municipal Decision Making
Federation of Canadian Municipalities' report on increasing women's participation in municipal decision-making processes.
Sustainable Gender Equality
Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions shows how citizens, municipalities and regions can benefit from gender equality.
A natural area in Riverbend is named in honour of Sue Trigg, who has worked tirelessly to make a difference in the community for decades. See Councillor Bryan Anderson's speaking notes.