Women in Aerospace Canada

Upcoming Events

Women in Aerospace Canada is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our community.  As the situation with COVID-19 changes dynamically, we will adhere to all recommended precautions and health measures and we will continue to offer virtual events to bring our community together.  Although we aren’t able to meet in person, the virtual events will allow us to connect with WIA-C members across the country!  We hope you will join us!  Click on the events listed below for more information and registration/ticket links.  “See” you soon! 

Supply Chain 101 Technical Series

Supply Chain 101 Technical Series

Women in Aerospace Canada (WIA-Canada) is delighted to partner with Supply Chain Coach and Consultant Ana Lovera to provide this exclusive Supply Chain 101 Technical Series to our aerospace community: open to women and men in any role. Whether you are a supply chain professional or not, this unique program is designed to provide participants with an opportunity to gain knowledge on supply chain activities, especially as these have become more critical than ever in the post-pandemic business world and ongoing economic recovery efforts.

Join Our Book Club

Join Our Book Club

The main purpose of the Book Club is to be a forum for women in the Aerospace and other related sectors to discuss their experiences in the workplace. With the help of articles and one book, each session will tackle a particular topic including the importance of diversity, equality, the importance of women in the Aerospace (and other related sectors), and COVID’s impact on women in the workforce.

2021-22 Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship Applications Open

The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is excited to announce the opening of online applications for the third annual Captain Judy Cameron Air Canada Scholarship, established in honour of the airline’s first female pilot. This is the third year that Air Canada has provided this scholarship, which targets women who are Canadian citizens and who are enrolled in a fixed wing aviation flight program at a college, university, or flight school, or an aircraft repair and maintenance program anywhere in Canada.