BPW Greater Sudbury Celebrates Charmaine Kennedy, Owner of Tree of Life North Complementary Healing Center for her Commitment to Wellness and Community Support.

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BPW Greater Sudbury Celebrates Charmaine Kennedy, Owner of Tree of Life North Complementary Healing Center for her Commitment to Wellness and Community Support. After experiencing her own journey to health and happiness, Charmaine Kennedy understands that sometimes people need more than a traditional healing approach when faced with life challenges. About six years ago, Charmaine […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Celebrates Bev Brisco As Our Woman Of The Month For Her Continued Volunteer Contributions To Our Community

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In her role in management within Sears for almost 20 years, Bev worked diligently with people to contribute to local organizations and raise funds for various events while she took on various management roles throughout the Sudbury location. As manager at Sears she contributed to the growth and cause marketing strategies which included initiating a […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Celebrating Equal Pay Day on April 11, 2017 and Supporting the Ontario Government to Continue to Pursue Initiatives that Promote Gender Equal Pay

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Media Release – April 2017 BPW Greater Sudbury Celebrating Equal Pay Day on April 11, 2017 and Supporting the Ontario Government to Continue to Pursue Initiatives that Promote Gender Equal Pay Ontario has one of the largest gender wage gaps in the world with a 31.5% difference! This discrimination is not only limited to one […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Angela Corsi-Raso As Our Woman Of The Month For Her Continued Support And Volunteerism In Our Community.

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Media Release – March 23, 2017 BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Angela Corsi-Raso As Our Woman Of The Month For Her Continued Support And Volunteerism In Our Community. After losing her husband to cancer just over three years ago, Angela Corsi-Raso and her children wanted to honour his memory and established the Stomach Cancer fund to […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Supports Bill S-215 That Deals With Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.

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BPW Greater Sudbury Supports Bill S-215 That Deals With Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. BPW Greater Sudbury has made the collective decision to support BillS-215 that deals with missing and murdered Indigenous Women. Since BPW has passed resolutions and have also received reaffirmations of these resolutions on our books that deal with this topic, we […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Cristina Scarpellini As Our Woman Of The Month For Her Commitment To Helping People Recover From Being Subjected To Human Trafficking And The Sex Trade Industry.

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After recovering from her own journey of addiction and mental health challenges, Cristina Scarpellini decided to turn her experience into a means for helping others by supporting and helping victims of human trafficking, as well as individuals who are active sex workers or who want to leave the industry, and at-risk youth. Cristina sought a […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Lisette Wirta For Her Achievements In Building A Successful Business Out Of A Devastating Life Experience.

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BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Lisette Wirta For Her Achievements In Building A Successful Business Out Of A Devastating Life Experience. Lisette is the owner of Home Instead one of the largest non-medical home care companies that enables seniors to remain independent in their homes while providing home care services with compassion and professionalism to clients. […]

BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Pauline Loyer For Her Dedication To Supporting Families And People In Need.

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Media Release December 8, 2016 BPW Greater Sudbury Recognizes Pauline Loyer For Her Dedication To Supporting Families And People In Need. Pauline Loyer is the manager at Village International, a fair trade small business in Sudbury, Ontario, which features products from 25 different countries such as India, Kenya, Mexico, the Philippines, Africa and El Salvador. […]