- The Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario are an excellent source of history, advocacy, and ways to participate in communities around Ontario.
- The Ontario Women's History Network is an organization affiliated with the Ontario Historical Society that "encourages the preservation, production, and dissemination of women's and gender history in Ontario, with a special emphasis on the teaching and study of that history."
- The Ministry of the Status of Women collects statistics and funds initiatives related to gender equality and women's empowerment.
- An excellent article about teachers' history in Ontario by Mary Morison, published in The Voice, the magazine of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
- The Canadian Encyclopedia has a large number of articles about women, women's groups, and women's history.
- The Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women releases research regularly, including on up-to-date information about immigrant and migrant women coming to Canada.
- Women's History Month is October! Read about Women's History Month celebrations by the Government of Ontario.
- Have a comment about these exhibits, or want to share your memories of multicultural Ontario? Submit your story here.
- Search OurOntario.ca to see millions of pieces of Ontario's history, from over 200 heritage organizations.