Traditionally the Ontario Region has been engaged in a variety of activities to reflect the needs of the communities in which chapters operate. The initial focus of the region was to assist Black women and their families in the following areas:
With the objective to remain current and relevant to the women of today, the Ontario Region has broadened its focus to provide a forum for Black women to improve their lives while identifying and addressing issues which affect them, their families and their communities. Ontario Region currently has the following chapters: Ajax/Pickering, Brampton, London, Mississauga, North York, Scarborough, Waterloo, Oshawa-Whitby, and Markham Region.
Durham Chapter: Betty Ann Creg, Beverley McFarlane, Fay Campbell
Toronto Chapter: Charis Newton
North York Chapter: Antoinette Davis, Sheila Mascoll
York Region: Dawn Brooks
Hamilton Chapter: Candice Mallot
Sudbury Chapter: Dorothy Ellis
Ottawa Chapter: In 1990 the Ontario region welcomed the Ottawa Chapter – no president was identified at the time.