20160601-Mining Week Networking Event Topic: The Barriers and Challenges Faced by Women in the Canadian Mining Sector When: June 1st , 2016 5:00 – 8:30 PM Location: Saskatoon Club 417 21st St E Saskatoon Speaker: Courtnay Hughes, MASc. Manager, Human Resources Research Women make up nearly half of the Canadian labour force but are underrepresented at only 17% of the
Article from Listed Magazine Move mountains? Easy. Boost diversity? Oof! Alex Johnston has seen a dramatic change in the conversations she’s been having about the lack of women leaders in the mining industry. Five or six years ago, when the now former executive director of women’s advocacy group Catalyst Canada would raise the growing global issue with industry executives, the
TORONTO – February ●, 2016 – Women in Mining Canada (“WIMC”) and its “Trailblazer Award Selection Committee” (“TSC”) are very pleased to announce Louise Grondin as the winner of the 2016 Women in Mining Canada Trailblazer Award. The Women in Mining Canada Trailblazer Award is the first national award in Canada to recognize the achievements of women who have made
Partners at Denton’s, Carole Turcotte and Catherine Wade discussing the changing roles and responsibilities of directors, corporate social responsibilities, liabilities, other statutory responsibilities, indemnities and Directors and Officers liability insurance.