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RT @womensportsfilm Ready, set, #REWIND 🍿🧡🏠 We're celebrating four years of epic documentaries & badass women in sports with our new monthly screenings hosted @seedandspark Jul 16-25 Details + tickets at link in bio. #womensportsfilm
We're super excited to share a link to #SWSCD's Co-Founder Caroline Wiley's conversation with Emily Renneberg, host of the great new women's sport podcast called Even Strength created to celebrate women in sport. Caroline and Emily talk about the mission and goals of SeeWhatSheCanDo to break down the barriers that women face in the world of sport and the importance of building a strong sense of community around active women, their supporters and the businesses that support their ability to be on the move. Head to the link below to listen in through Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Buzzsprout and to subscribe to the #EvenStrengthPod. Congratulations Emily. You're doing great things. #seewhatshecando
RT @WomenandSportCA COVID-19, Women, Girls and Sport: Build Back Better.
"Existing gaps between women & men, girls & boys in both elite & grassroots sport may widen if governments, sport orgs, & UN agencies do not put women & girls at the centre & address..." https://t.co/xjgytQgUa3
Today is Canada Day and for those that are not Canadian, this is the day, a
national holiday, marking the anniversary of Confederation in 1867, when the British North America Act came into effect. This act united three colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire. Canada is 153 years old today. Happy Birthday!
I have lived in Canada for over 45 years and I am not a Canadian citizen! I know this will surprise many and I'm a little embarrassed to say. I don't have a good enough excuse other than the following....when the rest of my family were getting their citizenship, I was away at University, then I was "too busy" ...excuses, excuses! I also felt like I was going to give away part of my heritage. Stupid, I know!!
It's not that I don't appreciate everything Canada has given me including a good education and a number of other opportunities. I would probably have not gone to University in Scotland, my birth place...long story! I would never have met my husband, Perry, at University, and, of course I wouldn't have my awesome son, Alexander, if I hadn't come to Canada!
I have worked hard and done well in Canada. Canada is a beautiful country with amazing people.
I also love Scotland and miss Scotland. I miss the people, the culture and the landscape (especially the sea)
I will always be connected to Scotland...it's in my blood..and that's probably hard to understand to many friends in Canada although, they know me well. I always try to bring everything back to Scotland. 😁
Anyway, I digress... the reason for my post was to say, that I am grateful to live in Canada and have always appreciated the opportunities that Canada provides and for that, I am becoming a Canadian citizen!! 😁
I was hoping it would have happened on this day, today, however, with covid, my application have been delayed. I will not lose my British citizenship and will be a dual citizen.
Happy Canada Day Everyone! 🇨🇦
#canadaday #heritage #scotland #citizenship #grateful #seewhatshecando
Happy Canada Day! We hope you are surrounded by the love of family and friends as you take time to celebrate love of country together. #seewhatshecando #CanadaDay2020 🇨🇦
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