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November 30, 2007: Media Award.
This award was given in appreciation for those in the Montreal Media who have shown dedication and sensitivity to creating public awareness towards ending domestic violence. The award was presented by Women Aware to Jack Todd, Sue Montgomery of the Montreal Gazette; Dominic Fazioli of Global TV and Tanya Krywiak of CFCF TV.
February 14th, 2006: Received by Her Excellency the Honourable Mme. Michaëlle Jean at Centre St Pierre, Montreal QC in discussion with organizations on the issue of domestic violence.
Excerpt from letter of support Mrs. Marlene Jennings, Federal MP / Députée NDG/Lachine:
Women AWARE identifies the problems surrounding abusive relationships and the possible cause of theses problems. Hereby, I strongly encourage their initiatives and feel it would further advance the fight against spousal abuse in our communities.”
Stratégie nationale pour la prévention du crime et Gouvernement du Canada: Saluations a Femmes averties WOMEN AWARE pour son engagement visant à créer des communautés plus sûres. Saluting WOMEN AWARE Femmes Averties for their commitment to creating safer communities.
Montreal News Police Files: Citation d’Excellence. Citation L’Excellence et du Partenariat was awarded to AWARE by the Island of Montreal Police Department for their work in founding and running Women AWARE, which contributes to the work done by the police in the area of domestic violence. Women AWARE is unique in that it is founded by survivors of domestic violence.
Excerpt from letter of support Police Station 11 /PDQ-11:
Nous croyons fermement qu’il est primordial qu’une organization comme la vôtre existe pour tenter de démystifier la violence conjugale, en faire comprendre sa complexité et sensibiliser la population adulte sur les stereotypes qui y sont rattachés.”
-Patricia Ann Bourgeois / Agent sociocommunautaire Poste de quartier 11.
Excerpt from letter of support English Montreal School Board/ John Grant High School:
I know I speak for all the staff that partook in the presentations, as well as all the students who participated, when I say that the courage and passion that we saw during those talks was inspiring. The students were exposed to information that is essential for their continued welfare and due to the manner in which it was presented, were able to be involved and express themselves.. I know they all got a lot out of the information and testimonials, and I know that for some it demonstrated paths, answers and possibilities that they did not know existed.”
-S.Syd Apel/ Guidance counselor, J. McMorran/Principal