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Connecting and celebrating Canada’s women’s entrepreneurial network.

We are expanding the expertise of our members and supporting the big dreams of women entrepreneurs through the WEOC National Loan Program.

WEOC National Loan Program


Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada is proud to deliver the WEOC National Loan Program, which supports women entrepreneurs as they start, scale, grow and maintain their businesses.

More than $6 million in loans have already been approved. Take your great idea to the next level with the WEOC National Loan Program!

Sleep: What Is It Good For?

June 17, 1-2 PM ET

New event for busines advisors on how to strengthen your relationship with sleep

Now, more than ever we need to be sleeping well to better our immune systems and overall health.

When we focus on changing our mindset and everyday lifestyle habits we can begin to build a foundation to sleep and feel better. Sleep Expert, Alanna McGinn will educate you on incorporating proper sleep hygiene, with tips and strategies to quiet your mind, shorten sleep onset, and strengthen your relationship with sleep and your bed.

The WEOC National Loan Program helped this flower farm flourish

Financing and support for women entrepreneurs

As the founder of Masagana, a flower farm in Manitoba, Lourdes Still invites clients to create designs on silk and cotton fabric by using dye from dried flowers. But as a flower-based business, Still initially struggled to keep her business open year round. That changed when she learned about a new funding opportunity at the WEOC National Loan Program.

How Indigenous women entrepreneurs are finding success through virtual sales

Explore more stories on women entrepreneurs going global

Virtual sales are helping Indigenous entrepreneurs share their cultures and grow their companies beyond their communities.

Read our latest ExportHUB story on these entrepreneurs’ tips for navigating online sales, no matter the stage of business

Announcing Stacy’s Rise 2024 Winners

Stacy’s Pita Chips, a woman-founded brand with a longstanding legacy of supporting women entrepreneurs, is celebrating the five Canadian grant recipients of its 2024 Stacy’s Rise Project. This year’s grant recipients will receive a $25,000 grant, mentorship from Frito-Lay and PepsiCo leaders, and access to a cohort of women entrepreneurs.

Explore the Resource Library for Advisors and Entrepreneurs

Sharing innovative and engaging ideas from throughout the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Find stories, tools, research, videos, podcasts and other content curated for those whose work supports women entrepreneurs in Canada.