WCM actively engages with the media to bring gender diversity issues to the forefront of the public and corporate dialogues. Through awareness and education, our goal is to inspire meaningful action to drive change and increase women’s representation in our industry, in our economy and in our country’s leadership teams. 

Read on for updates on our advocacy initiatives and interesting media coverage. You can also check out our Research and Reports section for in-depth research and leading data on the economic imperative of gender parity and related topics.  

Members Only Post-Secondary Event Series: How to Network Effectively & Grow Your Professional Network

Post-Secondary Event Series: How to Network Effectively & Grow Your Professional Network

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WCM Report | The Future of Work in Finance

WCM Report | The Future of Work in Finance

WCM's latest report provides key insights on how organizations can support equitable and productive hybrid work models.

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Join our Marketing team!

Join our Marketing team!

We're hiring an Associate Director/Director of Marketing and Communications!

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Shape WCM's future brand as our next Graphic Designer!

Shape WCM's future brand as our next Graphic Designer!

As the Graphic Designer you will be a key member of the team helping shape WCM's brand and future. Join us!

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Earning the trust of Canadians

Earning the trust of Canadians

In her first speech with the Bank of Canada, Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Rogers talks about building and maintaining trust.

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Facilitator Volunteer Opportunity | Quebec Steering Committee

Facilitator Volunteer Opportunity | Quebec Steering Committee

WCM is currently seeking a volunteer Facilitator for our Quebec Steering Committee.

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WCM Announces the Resignation of CSO Katie Squires-Thompson

WCM Announces the Resignation of CSO Katie Squires-Thompson

After 8 years of wonderful work and commitment our Chief Strategy Officer, Katie Squires-Thompson, is leaving WCM.

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How WCM’s returnship program, Return to Bay Street (RTBS) provided the on-ramp for a new career in Canada

How WCM’s returnship program, Return to Bay Street (RTBS) provided the on-ramp for a new c...

For Meric Koksal, meeting a former WCM CEO & President in early 2015, was the introduction she needed to relaunch her finance career in Canada.

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Hybrid work can work for everyone

Hybrid work can work for everyone

How can we design a long-term, hybrid work model that increases EDI in Canadian workplaces?

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Toronto Star
How #BreakingBias can shatter the Glass Ceiling

How #BreakingBias can shatter the Glass Ceiling

Here’s how leaders and employees can interrupt bias in their organizations.

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Report on Business
WCM Return to Bay Street Info Session | Industry trends and their impact on finance careers

WCM Return to Bay Street Info Session | Industry trends and their impact on finance careers

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WCM Return to Bay Street Info Session | Past RTBS Recipients Panel

WCM Return to Bay Street Info Session | Past RTBS Recipients Panel

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Making It: A conversation about being Black in finance

Making It: A conversation about being Black in finance

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WCM Research | Call for participation

WCM Research | Call for participation

Share your experience to help shape the future of work in finance.

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Lara Zink on 680 News

Lara Zink on 680 News

Lara Zink, CEO and President of Women in Capital Markets, talks about WCM's Return to Bay Street program on 680 News. Lara shares the importance of br...

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680 News
Members Only WCM Prairies | Venture Capital and Family Offices: Barriers and Opportunities for Women

WCM Prairies | Venture Capital and Family Offices: Barriers and Opportunities for Women

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Return to Work: Don’t Just Reboot, Reset

Return to Work: Don’t Just Reboot, Reset

As we return to the office, let’s remember to leave the problematic pre-pandemic behavior where it belongs.

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CEOWorld Magazine
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What is your reaction to the fact that the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women will be chaired by a man?