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Celebrating Women’s Voices and Contributions

As a female immigrant, I deeply understand the profound significance of inclusion. It is the foundation upon which our communities thrive and a beacon of hope for a brighter future. Inclusion means having a voice that is heard, valued, and respected.

This International Women’s Day, let’s embrace diversity as strength. By standing united, we can break barriers and pave the way for future generations.

In this shared journey, we are truly here today because of those who paved the path before us and inspire those who will follow. Every difference we make is a step towards creating an inclusive community that we would have wished we grew up in.

Chau Lui

Co-Owner, Paris Jewellers

Chau Lui is the co-owner, along with her sister Trang, of Paris Jewellers a proudly Canadian -Vietnamese women-owned and operated jewelry company focused on community partnerships, customer experience and supporting women. The company has a 90% women workforce.

Paris Jewellers started in a 400 sq. ft. space in St. Albert, AB and with Chau’s leadership has grown to 23 stores across 4 Canadian provinces with over 200 employees.

Paris Jewellers aims to spread joy while making a difference in the community. During the pandemic, they have raised over 100,000 meals for Food Banks Canada and over $250,000 for various Canadian charities including Make-A-Wish® Canada, The Matriarch Movement, Ronald McDonald House Charities and Canadian Women’s Foundation.

Chau is on the Board of Directors for The Canadian Jewellers Association, was Global’s Women of Vision, one of Edify’s Top 40 Under 40 and was a featured speaker in 2021 at the Women + Wealth Gala on International Women’s Day and MOMFest Hybrid. Paris Jewellers has been featured in publications including etalk, People, FASHION, The Knot, BRIDES, Hello! Canada, Page Six, National Post, Popsugar, and Entertainment Tonight.


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