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G Day Vancouver 2017

United Girls of the World Society

Friday, 20 October 2017 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

G Day Vancouver 2017

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Girl Ticket
For girls between the ages of 10 to 12, or born in 2005-2007.
1d 15h 59m $50.00 $2.10 Add to Waitlist
Champion Ticket
Parent/Guardian, mentor, and/or other caring adults.
1d 15h 59m $50.00 $2.10
Sponsor a Girl
Your donation of $75 or more provides tickets for Girls with financial barriers.
2d 7h 58m Enter donation ($)

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Event Details

Welcome to G Day!

G Day is a rite of passage celebration for girls ages 10 to 12 and their "Champions" (parents/guardians, aunts/uncles, godparents, grandparents, or anyone who is playing a role in supporting a Girls' future and wellbeing) that welcomes girls into adolescence.

Please check the G Day website for more information on what to bring, parking/transit, drop off/pick up, schedule, accessibility information, etc.

Ticket price includes snacks and a dessert reception. Please note: LUNCH IS NOT PROVIDED. Girls and Champions must bring their own NUT-FREE lunches. 

*Note: October 20th is a province-wide professional development day



G Day Presenters & Performers (MORE TO COME!)


Desirée Dawson

Singer/songwriter; winner of 2016 CBC Searchlight


Alix Dunham

Founder of Girls with Grit


Hon. Melanie Mark

BC Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training



Vanessa Richards

Aritist; Community Facilitator


Saleema Noon

Sexual Health Educator, iGirl Creator 


Michelle & Tru Wilson

Mother-daughter Activists


Anna Soole

iGirl Facilitator, Assertiveness Coach


Lisa Papez

Founder of The Fat Yogini


Lori Boland

YWCA Metro Vancouver's Culture Shift Program Lead


Madeleine Shaw 

Founder of G Day; Co-Founder of Lunapads

Rebecca Duncan

Cultural Liaison; Traditional Storyteller; Aritist


Cybele Negris 

CEO & Co-Founder of


Founder of Just For Fun Dance Party





Terms & Conditions

By purchasing a ticket, I acknowledge that: (1) Registration opens at 9:00am. Program begins at 9:45am sharp. Please allow at least 20 minutes for registration. (2) The child I am registering is between the ages of 10 and 12, or born in 2005 - 2007. (3) Girls are required to remain on site from 9:45am to 3:00pm; G Day and its agents assume no responsibility should my child leave the site without permission. (4) In the event that a Girl is injured, ill, or in need of medical attention and I am unable to be contacted, I authorize G Day to seek medical attention on my behalf. (5) I am aware of the expectation for G Day participants to respect the emotional and physical safety of other participants. Parents or guardians will be informed if Girls' behaviour does not reflect this standard. Any participant who puts the safety of others at risk may be asked to withdraw from the event without refund. (6) G Day and its partners and sponsors are held harmless from any liability resulting from Girls' participation in the event. (7) I will arrange safe travel for my child to and from G Day, and acknowledge that the providers of this event are not responsible for my child outside of the specified start and end times of the event. (8) I am aware that there exists an element of personal risk and/or damage and/or injury in the activities, and willingly agree to assume responsibility for those risks as a condition of registering for the event. (9) Tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred.

Have questions about G Day Vancouver 2017? Contact United Girls of the World Society

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When & Where

Ismaili Centre Burnaby
4010 Canada Way
Burnaby, BC V5G 1G8

Friday, 20 October 2017 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

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United Girls of the World Society

The United Girls of the World Society (UGW) is a Vancouver-based registered charity whose purpose is to address and prevent problems faced by girls and women by providing mentoring programs, workshops and seminars for parents, children and youth on issues affecting the well-being of girls and women.

UGW’s primary activity is presenting G Day, a national rite-of-passage celebration series for adolescent tween girls and the supportive adults in their lives, known as Champions in the G Day lexicon.

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