2016

The fifth annual Daughters Day celebration took place on Saturday, August 27th at City Hall. Many thanks to everyone who attended, volunteered, performed, donated to, and otherwise helped out. Please download the 2016 Program.

Vivian Abboud, Chair of Daughters Day - Opening Remarks

Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish - Keynote Speaker

Mita Das, President of Canadians for a Civil Society - Closing Remarks

The following Photo Album highlights snapshots throughout the event in recognition of the Daughters of the year 2016, the Speakers, Guests and Entertainers. Please click on pictures to zoom in.

2015

The fourth annual Daughters Day celebration took place on Saturday, August 29 at City Hall. Many thanks to everyone who attended, volunteered, performed, donated to, and otherwise helped out. Photos are here and videos are here. You can also download the 2015 Program.

Here are photos of the speakers, performers, and Daughter of the Year award recipients.

Did you miss attending Daughters Day? Here is a playlist of videos from the event. In particular, here is the video of the Daughter of the Year awards being handed out.

 

2014

The third annual Daughters Day celebration took place on September 6 at City Hall.

Download the 2014 program.

Here is a set of photos of our speakers, performers, and Daughter of the Year award recipients.

View highlights from the event online with this playlist of videos. As well, here is aseparate playlist of the Daughter of the Year awards being handed out.

 

2013

The second annual Daughters Day event took place on August 24, 2013 at City Hall.

Download the program.

Here are some photos from the event, as well as another set here.

Watch the event with this playlist of videos.

 

2012

The inaugural Daughters Day event took place on September 1, 2012 in Churchill Square. It featured speakers, music, a dramatic performance, Daughters of the Year presentations, and more.

Download our 2012 Souvenir Program.

Here is a set of photos from the event and playlist of videos.

Our second community engagement session “Rebuilding Lives: Stories of Success and Struggle of Immigrant Women in Edmonton” took place on May 11. You can see some pictures here. As well, you can watch videos from the event: Introduction (with host Lesley MacDonald); Main Talk from REACH Edmonton Executive Director Jan Fox; and, the Panel Discussion with Mona Ismaeil, Primrose Igonor, and Cst. Mona Gill, moderated by Lesley MacDonald.

Our first community engagement session coincided with International Women’s Day on March 8 and featured a performance from Aboriginal singer/songwriter Phyllis Sinclairand a session of Ask Your Auntie. Here is a set of photos.