Women in Business
Jacqueline Collier recently became the second woman to head up the Kingston Home Builders Association (KHBA) since the group’s inception in 1954. She already knows what one of her priorities will be.
While lunch is often the most underappreciated meal of the day, it was not to be skipped for the dozens of Ottawa businesswomen who got together Monday to support each other and their community at
Ottawa businesswoman promotes family-friendly policies for working moms at all-female communications firm
Women lose ground as pandemic pushes participation in labour force down to its lowest level in three decades
Businesses and associations across Ottawa have had to find new and creative ways of connecting with clients and colleagues – a challenge the Women’s Business Network has fully embraced.
A well-respected partner with PwC who went public last year with her multiple sclerosis condition was honoured Friday at an inaugural luncheon hosted by the MS Society of Canada
Final four winners of a Businesswoman of the Year Award to be revealed at gala dinner on April 23rd
It was the largest turnout yet for the event, with more than 200 attendees at the Sidedoor Contemporary Kitchen & Bar in the ByWard Market
They say it takes less than 30 seconds to make a first impression, which is why it's so important to always put your best foot forward.
Noon-hour gathering at law office features female role model Janice McDonald