In the 1970s and 1980s, women from Northern Ontario organized conferences and networks to discuss issues affecting them. One of the first of such conferences was “Northern Women: A Special Situation”, held in Sudbury in 1979. From 1981 to1984, four more conferences were organized by the Northeastern Ontario Women’s Conference (NEOWC) collective, which included activists from a number of communities such as Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, New Liskeard, Hearts, and Elliot Lake.
Northern Ontario Feminist Organizing Documents
|Northeastern Ontario Conference Brochure (1981)||1981||Ontario|
|Northeastern Ontario Women’s Conference||--||Ontario|
|Northeastern Ontario Women’s Conference 1981-1984||--||Ontario|
|Northern Ontario Women’s Conference (1979)||1979||Ontario|
|Northern Ontario Women’s Conference Meeting Minutes – April 3, 1979||1979||Ontario|
|Timmins Women’s Directory (1976)||1976||Ontario|