Louise Grondin wins WIM Canada’s Trailblazer Award 2016

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 […]

WIM Canada founder MaryAnn Mihychuk becomes Canada’s Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour

19 Nov 2015 Congratulations to MaryAnn Mihuchuk, one of the Women in Mining (WIM) Canada founders and the recipient of the first Trail Blazer award, for her appointment as Employment Workforce Development and Labour Minister!! Mihychuk held several provincial cabinet portfolios from 1999 to 2004 in the NDP government of Manitoba, including Manitoba Minister of Mines, […]

WIM Canada’s 8th Women in Mining International Networking Reception is around the corner!

MTCC, North building Room 105 Tuesday, March 3 3:00 – 5:00 pm Take advantage of a global networking opportunity at the 8th annual Women in Mining International Reception hosted by Women in Mining Canada, designed to bring together industry leaders, academia, employers, students and job seekers from around the world. Here, you can connect with […]

WIM Canada's 8th Women in Mining International Networking Reception is around the corner!

MTCC, North building Room 105 Tuesday, March 3 3:00 – 5:00 pm Take advantage of a global networking opportunity at the 8th annual Women in Mining International Reception hosted by Women in Mining Canada, designed to bring together industry leaders, academia, employers, students and job seekers from around the world. Here, you can connect with […]

WIM Canada launches 3-year study to develop toolkit to drive diversity

NEWS RELEASE   November 25, 2014 Women in Mining (WIM) Canada, a not-for-profit organization, has been granted funding from the Status of Women Canada (SWC) to develop and implement a national action plan to increase the number of women in the mining sector. The focus will be on women in senior executive roles and non-traditional occupations […]

Nominate a Canadian woman working in mining for her to have the chance to win WIM Canada's Trailblazer Award

Nominations Criteria Candidates considered to receive the WIM Canada Trailblazer Award must be female and hold Canadian citizenship at the time of their accomplishments. However, candidates do not need to be a member of WIM Canada or a member of the WIM Branch sponsoring their nomination. In addition, the Trailblazer recognition can be awarded posthumously. Nominators must provide […]