Springtide Activities

myMSG 2013 Calendars For Sale!

The myMSG (“my message”) project brought together six Toronto youth to talk about the experiences and impacts of positive and negative messages in our lives, and then took that conversation into...

The Time is Now: Charting a Course for Action and Mobilization to End Violence Against Women.

Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, where on Dec. 6, 1989, a man killed 14 women at l’École Polytechnique.  This day has become a day of remembrance and action to end...

Springtide's Community Needs Assessment Launch: Dec. 13, 2012

Please join us in sharing the results of our 2012 Needs Assessment for the Immigrant, Refugee Women's Program at Springtide Resources.  All of you took the time to give us invaluable input for...

myMSG [ My Message ] Project Going Strong!

Our current youth project is proving to be hugely successful! Our staff member and group of Peer Educators have presented to hundreds of youth across Toronto over the past several months, creating...

Introduction to Criminal Law in a VAW Context (Violence against Women)

Do you work with women who have experienced physical or sexual violence, or criminal harassment, who are involved with the criminal court system, (or who are considering becoming involved)? Then this...

Family Court Support Workers Training

The Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG) is extending the training initially offered to Family Court Support Workers across the province to others doing similar work to support survivors of...

Test the E-Learning Waters: $50 trainings for frontline workers

Unsure about online learning? Need to hone skills within tight schedules and tight budgets? Springtide Resources and Luke’s Place offers new e-learning opportunities for frontline workers on issues...

Resources for Family Court Advocates

Luke’s Place Support and Resource Centre for Women and Children and Springtide Resources is pleased to announce the launch of a new online resource for those supporting survivors of family violence...

Making Women’s Services Accessible to All: AODA e-learning

Are you looking for ways to increase women’s access to your services? Do you feel confident in your understanding of the requirements of the new AODA legislation? Women with disabilities and Deaf...

Presenting Evidence of Abuse in Family Court: Taped webinar now available

Feminist lawyer Pamela Cross explains the importance of woman abuse evidence in family court cases. This taped webinar explores why such evidence is important to family court decisions, how to gather...
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