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"Don’t be a consumer, be a doer. Make your own solutions, don’t wait for others to do it for you." joins our Future 50 Portrait Series and shares her pledge. Learn why Ann thinks being a “doer” will help shape the future of Canada. Link in bio. // 📸

1044 5 May 26, 2017

Cool fact: Funds raised by We are Canada Slurpee cups are help to empower Canadian youth — like Samantha! Read her story, link in bio.

573 1 May 24, 2017

"One of the biggest problems we have is we look at someone who looks physically or emotionally different than ourselves and we reject them." Find out why Kirsten Sharp believes an inclusive Canada and good listening skills go hand-in-hand. Link in bio. 150 // 📸

784 1 May 24, 2017

Our thoughts are with the victims of the attack, and with the people of the United Kingdom.

2927 22 May 23, 2017

When girls walk for hours to fetch water, they miss out on their education. with support from can help make sure girls have access to the education they deserve. Start your impact now – tap the link in the bio.

961 6 May 22, 2017

Happy ! How are you spending the long weekend?

1078 0 May 22, 2017

"I believe that if we try to learn more about other cultures we could make the world a better and more peaceful place." Capri Everitt, who sang 80 national anthems in 80 countries, joins the Future 50 Portrait Series. Read her Q&A, link in bio. 150 // 📸

1028 2 May 19, 2017

“I think it’s hogwash that we’re raising an entitled generation... I’m seeing kids understand the impact of their compassion and commitment. I’m seeing kids help communities all over the world.” 🔹 Barenaked Ladies frontman Ed Robertson joins the : Future 50 Portrait Series, and shares his core values of his ideal Canada, what he’s grateful for, and what sustains his optimism for the future. 🔹 Read more at we.org/stories. 150 // 📸

819 1 May 17, 2017

"I’ve worked at WE for close to 5 years, now. And of course, I’ve recounted tales from work in our family living room and shared why working at WE is important to me. But, until we touched down in Udaipur, my dad could only take my word for it. 🔹 'I got a close-up view of what it was all about,' my dad told me after the ten-day trip. As it turns out, many of the other parents, travelling with their WE employed sons and daughters, felt the same way. 🔹 India was more than a shared experience, it was an open window to our lives at WE; it was a light bulb for everyone who had only ever heard of WE and not truly lived it." 🔹 Read more at we.org/stories.

950 2 May 17, 2017

Name: Belen Dias Title: Volunteer, WE Villages, International Projects 🔹 Growing up, Belen credits her mother as the person who taught her real strength. 🔹 Despite not having an education, Belen’s mother made sure Belen had that opportunity. 🔹 It was this strength that Belen drew on when she battled through male-dominated cultural expectations to become one of the first female tour guides in Ecuador: “Little by little my mom . . . and other good friends supported me and said ‘yes you can do it!’”

940 0 May 16, 2017

“Ashley showed me that when you reach what you think is rock bottom, and you think you can’t go anymore… you can. Dig down; it’s there.” - Kari Murphy on her 19-year-old daughter, , an HIV+ activist and speaker. Read more on how Kari and Ashley support and inspire each other. Link in bio.

1127 4 May 15, 2017

Every day, women and children around the world spend 200 million hours fetching water that is often polluted. With and support from our friends at , we can help. Let’s walk the walk, and improve the health of families everywhere. Sign up now, tap the link in the bio.

835 5 May 15, 2017