Provincial Council of Women of Ontario

96th Annual General Meeting

April  26-28, 2019

A Federation of Local Councils of Women

and Provincial Organizations

“Working together since 1923”

International Women’s Day

March 9, 2019



The aim of the Council of Women is to work for the betterment of conditions pertaining to women, family, community and society.

Members try to accomplish this through interest and action in such areas as economics, education, health, environment, housing, justice, status of women, social development and seniors’ issues.


The Provincial Council of Women of Ontario was formed in 1923 and carries concerns of women in the province to the Ontario Provincial Government.

Members identify emerging issues during the year and prepare resolutions to be voted on by the membership, using Parliamentary Procedures, at the Annual General Meeting.

Resolutions passed by the membership culminate in a Brief which is submitted and discussed with legislators at Queen’s Park each fall.

Throughout the year, the PCWO President writes policy request letters to various Ministers and the Premier, as well as making presentations to government representatives.


April 26-28, 2019
Sandman Inn, Oakville
Dinner Speaker: Jay Perry

Membership in the Provincial Council of Women of Ontario is open to individuals, groups of women, or of men and women, who are in agreement with our objectives and policies.