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WEConnect International has been active in Canada since the beginning of 2008 working with strategic partners, government agencies, corporate members and outstanding women business owners across the country.

WEConnect International is proud to be the exclusive global partner of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) in the U.S. WEConnect International leverages this strong long-term partnership to provide opportunities to the organizations WEConnect International partners within all target countries, including Canada. Together, WEConnect International and WBENC are responsible for ensuring universal women's business enterprise certification standards and processes are maintained by our respective affiliates and local partner organizations.

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(September 15, 2015) Canada has long supported women’s economic empowerment through its domestic and international policies. Canada has a number of government departments, financial institutions, NGOs, business associations, and women-owned enterprises aimed at advancing the economic contributions of women, within Canada and beyond. 

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Majda Ficko was named a WEConnect International in Canada WBE of the Year on Nov. 13, 2015!

Did you know diaper rash is actually a chemical burn that can lead to infection? Did you know that it only takes 26 seconds for your skin to absorb chemicals from your personal care products? Did you know that some of the shampoos and creams for babies on the market today contain chemicals like formaldehyde?

WEConnect International certified woman business owner, award-winning entrepreneur, and mother Majda Ficko knows all to well and has created an all-natural diaper cream that works – Baby Butz

(September 15, 2015) In this video, Ms. Benson talks about how EY promotes Supplier Diversity. EY is committed to maintaining a diverse supplier base and building relationships with suppliers who reflect the market, clients and communities they serve. They seek to actively identify, develop and do business with diverse suppliers as an integral component of their strategic sourcing and procurement activity.