Almost 10,000 Catholic women belong to the CWL in Alberta and the Northwest Territories, adding to the strength of the League in Canada with 85,000 members.

We are OPPOSED to Physician Assisted Dying/Suicide and in FAVOUR of Palliative Care

12 hours of Prayer for Palliative Care - May 4, 2017

Please write to Global TV and to the advertisers of the Program:

The links below are to email the two advertisers of the program directly, the Walmart link says only for Journalists, however, we could not find another means of email contact.

Walmart and Blue Pet Foods


Letter to Provincial Government re: Conscience Rights
Legislative Response to Carter v Canada
|letter from provincial CWLletter from national CWL |

The National Theme 2017-2018 has been launched! 


CWL provincial newsletter | Fall 2016 | Sept 2015 | Fall 2012 |

WCR articles about CWL Provincial Convention 2016
CWL ABMK Annual Report 2015 (web version) - posted July2016

Meeting with Alberta Provincial Government - Report (April 12, 2016)

 Care for Our Creation - list of suggestions, as a response to Pope Francis' "Laudato Si'"

Laudato si'Praise Be to You - On Care for our Common Home 
papal encyclical (June 2015) - info & links page
CWL Provincial Initiative: Nickels for the North (letter of Mar25/14)  

- Online Membership form (DOC) (PDF).
| CWL Name Tags (Order Form) |

Training and Workshops


Hospice & Palliative care letters: | federal govt | provincial & territorial govts |
CWL Hospice & Palliative care letters: | federal govt | provincial & territorial govts |

CWL letter to Education Minister - Jan26/16
RESPONSE - Apr14/16 + ACSTA note - June2016 
and Education Letter to Members - Jan26/16 + sample letter to Minister - Feb16/16 

Fort McMurray WILDFIRES - posted May06/16
Message from CWL Provincial President |
Letter from St. Paul Bishop | Letter from Edmonton Archbishop |

Historically, parishioners of Alberta have responded with great generosity in times of crisis at home and around the world.
The response to the devastation caused by the fire in Fort McMurray has been no exception. More than $270,000 has been raised and forwarded to the Diocese of St. Paul. Fifty percent of funds raised will be used to support the parishes in Fort McMurray, and fifty percent will be given to the Fort McMurray Ministerial Association for any of the families under their ministry. Policies and procedures have been put in place to ensure funds are disbursed and managed fairly and ethically. There is still a need for further support as families and businesses begin to rebuild. 
Funds can continue to be donated through your Diocese and will be forwarded to the Diocese of St. Paul. 
You can also donate directly via Canada Helps: you for extending your love and generosity to our neighbours in Fort McMurray