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@women4sask @women4sask Saskatchewan, Canada

A website dedicated to profiling Saskatchewan women’s voices and ideas

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❤️Alyson Bear – The Indigenous women’s declaration of well-being https://t.co/rWrlaIUtJo
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11/23
2020
Alyson Bear – The Indigenous women’s declaration of well-being https://t.co/hNoLPKvZMH
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11/19
2020
Alyson Bear – The Indigenous women’s declaration of well-being https://t.co/hNoLPKvZMH
11/18
2020
If you missed her podcast, check it out here: https://t.co/FDe0MKh9OFThe amazing ⁦@merlemassie⁩ takes her podcast for Women for Saskatchewan to the page. “Calls for an immediate shift… https://t.co/zsHrPIaOt8
10/29
2020
Podcast – Episode 5 – The morning after https://t.co/7NXwGYRp69 with Broadly Speaking host @jenkew
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10/27
2020
Merle Massie – Saskatchewan needs a Historian Laureate https://t.co/9Cgvsqivbt
Retweeted by @women4saskWhile the title is the rural/urban divide, this podcast is really about how and why it isn't a "just" transition to… https://t.co/ut4OYtgIYq
Retweeted by @women4saskDodie Ferguson - It's time to get wise, Saskatchewan - the numbers don’t lie • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/88IP7V1HKsChauntel Baudu - If we don't 'name' the issues, how can we address them? • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/WAgUG98xGsAngela Fraser - How do we choose a preferred candidate in this upcoming election? • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/AvjgBw54L1
10/26
2020
Podcast – Episode 4 – The rallies, the pandemic, and the vote. With @tammyrobert @jenkew and @women4sask https://t.co/MWJVPqTtAR
Retweeted by @women4saskI learned a lot from this post on @women4sask : https://t.co/EfDz1g9aBi
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10/24
2020
Another absolutely astonishing post and call for action on the Women For Saskatchewan site. This is *exactly* what… https://t.co/vA27Yuj3CO
Retweeted by @women4saskInnovation will help keep workers employed throughout the pandemic. One innovative strategy that all—family, employ… https://t.co/Zc56M8HI8j
Retweeted by @women4saskCheryl Camillo – An economic strategy for the pandemic: Balancing paid and unpaid work https://t.co/J2OFsl29mZCrystal Palmer – Losing a loved one to Saskatchewan’s addiction abyss https://t.co/hWM1YAfaJqColleen Christopherson-Cote – Turn off the taps: system change to achieve functional zero homelessness https://t.co/G9u185L5qu
10/23
2020
Heather Exner-Pirot and Angela Pratt – Indigenous women are breaking down barriers in all sectors https://t.co/T9iNiIguBT
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10/22
2020
@cenobyte I promise, it's a fairly simply policy intervention. Read more here: https://t.co/5nYGlD2LoL
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast – Episode 3 – The rural/urban divide with @merlemassie https://t.co/FDe0MKh9OF
Retweeted by @women4saskKerry Bellegarde-Opoonechaw – “I will lie with my Ancestors in pride and dignity” https://t.co/XN3etElt3Y
Retweeted by @women4saskJean Harrington – We need to amalgamate rural municipalities https://t.co/Er6viaQcez
Retweeted by @women4saskSo many of ppl get frustrated by rural/urban #skppli vote splitting @merlemassie helps explain where it’s rooted, a… https://t.co/cth4nVSPGG
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10/21
2020
Listen up! A great conversation between @merlemassie and @jenkew. Women for SK Podcast – Episode 3 – The rural/urba… https://t.co/RSkqWsVNqD
Retweeted by @women4saskThis is so great. SO great. https://t.co/6GjwUTd52H
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast – Episode 3 – The rural/urban divide with Merle Massie https://t.co/ChOCi7WNDv
Retweeted by @women4saskDarlene R. Okemaysim-Sicotte – Taking action on violence against Indigenous women https://t.co/XV2FsrDpMx
Retweeted by @women4saskDodie Ferguson – It’s time to get wise, Saskatchewan – the numbers don’t lie https://t.co/MOYS1srC0f
Retweeted by @women4saskThis was well worth a listen. Massie points out that heavy farm equipment is gas powered and it would take 30 years… https://t.co/9xoJTOh01b
Retweeted by @women4saskJean Harrington - We need to amalgamate rural municipalities • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/WAsx3wwexW
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast – Episode 3 – The rural/urban divide with @merlemassie https://t.co/FDe0MKh9OF
10/20
2020
Some of my thoughts on action versus apathy. https://t.co/HW3pnqlSPG
Retweeted by @women4saskDarlene R. Okemaysim-Sicotte (⁦⁦⁦@DarleneOSicotte⁩) - Saskatchewan needs an Indigenous Health Auditor and Ombudsman… https://t.co/iwLT4OFXm7
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10/19
2020
Another fantastic article from @women4sask 💥 https://t.co/Una12U1O6G
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10/18
2020
“Cities across Canada and around the world are moving away from car dependency. They understand that land use polic… https://t.co/OnOLy8YP1s
Retweeted by @women4saskJean Harrington - We need to amalgamate rural municipalities • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/WAsx3wwexWDanielle Chartier - Make mental health care a priority • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/aEyOYHPdqXDarlene R. Okemaysim-Sicotte (⁦⁦⁦@DarleneOSicotte⁩) - Saskatchewan needs an Indigenous Health Auditor and Ombudsman… https://t.co/iwLT4OFXm7Jennifer Fix (@j_urbanfix) - City hall’s role in climate action https://t.co/T26zJ5WmIcMarloes McLeod - Making preschoolers a priority: why Saskatchewan families need more early childhood spaces and sta… https://t.co/nbh4o2O72iColleen Christopherson-Cote – Access to public washrooms is a critical infrastructure need https://t.co/ZpOXIVk8UsImagine Saskatchewan coffee row -- if you walked in and saw Winter Fedyk and Tammy Robert hashing it out over last… https://t.co/nxevY1IC5a
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10/17
2020
@wewap @women4sask Thank you for reposting! This is so awesome!
Retweeted by @women4saskLast night's #skpoli #SKVotes2020 #SKDebate between @ryanmeili and @PremierScottMoe had an exchange about #suicidehttps://t.co/zpKIC5lHrT
Retweeted by @women4saskThis post from Heather Exner-Pirot and Angela Pratt – calls for wage parity and closing the income gap for Indigeno… https://t.co/Us3qCJWdvo
Retweeted by @women4saskHave you noticed an increase in women authored opinion pieces about policy in Saskatchewan? You may have noticed th… https://t.co/itdupw94MY
Retweeted by @women4saskThis is a 🔥🔥🔥 discussion of #Skpoli #SKDebate #skvotes. But the last four or so minutes are 👀👀👀. A must for politic… https://t.co/T450AV7ou4
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast – Episode 2 – The Debate https://t.co/OtsIz1kRMf
Retweeted by @women4sask.@Amber_Fletcher - Addressing barriers for women in agriculture https://t.co/pRuJk5QTyP
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10/16
2020
Podcast – Episode 2 – The Debate https://t.co/OtsIz1kRMf.@Amber_Fletcher - Addressing barriers for women in agriculture https://t.co/pRuJk5QTyPWhat did you think of that #SKDebate? Tune in to the post-debate show with host @SamMaciag for analysis from… https://t.co/axS2vXNqAb
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10/15
2020
Just after 7pm, join me on our CBC Saskatchewan Facebook page to hear from the leaders and get some post-debate ana… https://t.co/rcr4lRAv4M
Retweeted by @women4saskSIEDN Board members @ExnerPirot and @MSFN_Pratt: "Socioeconomic factors such as income, wealth & education are the… https://t.co/mrceoKiJzF
Retweeted by @women4saskHeather Exner-Pirot and Angela Pratt – Indigenous women are breaking down barriers in all sectors https://t.co/ezY2VP4XW3
Retweeted by @women4saskHeather Exner-Pirot and Angela Pratt – Indigenous women are breaking down barriers in all sectors https://t.co/3SXpWcYUYx
10/14
2020
I haven’t listened because I can’t listen/watch to myself without curling up into a ball, but I’m told this is good… https://t.co/k4tbjYz0WD
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast - Episode One - Interview with ⁦@tammyrobert⁩ • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/WBQBMzHaOL
Retweeted by @women4saskEnjoyed -- if that's the word -- the walk through Saskatchewan media history over the past few years. I have a lot… https://t.co/iTiYDCD5aq
Retweeted by @women4saskPodcast - Episode One - Interview with ⁦@tammyrobert⁩ • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/WBQBMzHaOLCarmen Sterling – Better broadband would benefit Saskatchewan. A fantastic new post by Reeve Carmen Sterling, Vice-… https://t.co/iN26Opoe54
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10/13
2020
Merle Massie - Saskatchewan has a map problem • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/YqHRnZrYUO
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10/10
2020
If you submitted a pitch to https://t.co/i5Lq3w3C9F and haven’t heard back, don’t forget to check your junk mail se… https://t.co/zLlZpXFnNNFor those reading my other piece...this was my first piece on Women For Saskatchewan site: Merle Massie – A challe… https://t.co/XHc5yvUpRT
Retweeted by @women4saskPops head up to see what Twitter is up to... Squints Shakes head Exhales, now reading something that leaves her… https://t.co/YBnsoxqQvW
Retweeted by @women4saskMerle Massie - Saskatchewan has a map problem • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/YqHRnZrYUOI absolutely love the new piece from Maureen. If we want good decision making, we have work to do to fix our proces… https://t.co/bT7MhCbzXT
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10/9
2020
Elizabeth Fix - A "me-first" approach hurts us all • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/hG4TD6dX6Z
Retweeted by @women4saskExcellent read. Thanks @women4sask for sharing. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/QZsegxXkSd
Retweeted by @women4saskElizabeth Fix - A "me-first" approach hurts us all • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/hG4TD6dX6ZMaureen Reed - Better process leads to progress • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/AeZ8TIcqSiWhere are the women #skpoli ? Talking more at 7:10 a.m. with recently retired MLAs Nancy Heppner and Danielle Chart… https://t.co/7zlg2pw35h
Retweeted by @women4saskTo keep up with all the amazing posts as they roll out this month, follow @women4sask and check out… https://t.co/0vPDDv6GnJ
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10/8
2020
Tanya Dahms – A future for our children requires strong climate policy today https://t.co/Uyas9jeKQEDodie Ferguson – It’s time to get wise, Saskatchewan – the numbers don’t lie https://t.co/pxLy2fTGIa
Retweeted by @women4saskAimee Parisian - Justice needs an advocate • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/w1d8L3mJvnIncredibly powerful article by Chelsea Bleau: Saskatchewan is in a mental health crisis https://t.co/N7lqmldTLa
Retweeted by @women4saskChelsea Bleau – Saskatchewan is in a mental health crisis https://t.co/RTdLZwvaWQ
Retweeted by @women4saskHere's an article I wrote for Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/Ol63nS2kIJ
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10/7
2020
Chelsea Bleau – Saskatchewan is in a mental health crisis https://t.co/RTdLZwvaWQRobin Ganev – Rethinking the culture of work in Saskatchewan https://t.co/mUKhyB2jMd
Retweeted by @women4saskLori Bradford – School policy on the spectrum https://t.co/PnltMD6q6S
Retweeted by @women4saskDarlene R. Okemaysim-Sicotte – Taking action on violence against Indigenous women https://t.co/TucVW8p40G
Retweeted by @women4saskLori Bradford – School policy on the spectrum https://t.co/PnltMD6q6SRobin Ganev – Rethinking the culture of work in Saskatchewan https://t.co/mUKhyB2jMd
10/6
2020
Shoshanna Paul @sypaulyxe - Rebuilding Saskatchewan through ‘collaborative consent’ https://t.co/cMe0JziXpG
Retweeted by @women4saskThanks @women4sask! https://t.co/0iqdpVwj3d
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10/5
2020
Redefining the space we live in • I wrote a piece for Women For Saskatchewan. Thanks for asking ⁦@merlemassie⁩! https://t.co/zNkHftRUXJ
Retweeted by @women4saskCheck out this amazing article on UNDRIP by Shoshanna Paul @sypaulyxe https://t.co/DhxPBUTxzD
Retweeted by @women4saskShoshanna Paul @sypaulyxe - Rebuilding Saskatchewan through ‘collaborative consent’ https://t.co/cMe0JziXpGWomen for Saskatchewan policy op-ed website launches for Sask election https://t.co/ixXZbLnOQk
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10/4
2020
Kudos and hugs to @LanaShawAg for her insightful essay on the lack of support for rural families dealing with menta… https://t.co/MO7L3RzL3U
Retweeted by @women4saskEmily Eaton - It's time for some climate truths in Saskatchewan • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/ykD3SqrEckShelley Whitehead - Supporting parental choice in child care • Women For Saskatchewan https://t.co/7B1MAxKlSdPiyêsiw Iskwêw (@ChazzyDanielle) – Let’s create a new future for Saskatchewan based on okâwîmâw osâkihiwêwin (mothe… https://t.co/vBwgRHlKmV
Retweeted by @women4sask.@merlemassie – A challenge for Saskatchewan’s new Chief Firearms Officer https://t.co/k6UQdWcHLT
Retweeted by @women4sask.@CdnShieldCarla – Saskatchewan needs to support sexual assault victims https://t.co/q2Vuy64jiq
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10/2
2020

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