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Women and Girls

 

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These stories about the Extraordinary Women and Girls in our community are made possible through the continued support of the Dorset Pier Mental Health as part of our Community Leaders Program.

<b>Women and Girls:</b> Shifting the conversation

Women and Girls: Shifting the conversation

The executive director of Faye Peterson House and owner of Modo Yoga has been and continues to stand up for women across Thunder Bay.
<b>Women and Girls:</b> Women leading sustainability <b>(12 photos)</b>

Women and Girls: Women leading sustainability (12 photos)

Thunder Bay sisters are changing the face of sustainable clothing practices in our community.
Women and Girls: Women supporting women <b>(3 photos)</b>

Women and Girls: Women supporting women (3 photos)

PARO’s first Indigenous women-focused pilot program, Mooka’am Kwe: She Rises, a growing success.
Women and Girls: Elder in residence, Trish Monague, guiding students at Lakehead University

Women and Girls: Elder in residence, Trish Monague, guiding students at Lakehead University

Lakehead University’s elder-in-residence offers cultural healing and guidance to students and her communities.
<b>Women and Girls:</b> Cutting-edge creations <b>(23 photos)</b>

Women and Girls: Cutting-edge creations (23 photos)

Internationally renowned artist, Sarah Link, has mastered the artistic world of Thunder Bay and beyond.
Women and Girls: A creative eye for business <b>(6 photos)</b>

Women and Girls: A creative eye for business (6 photos)

Local maker and artist, Linda Brown, is creating masterpieces in the art and business world.
Women and Girls: First-year geology student wins the 2020 Northwestern Ontario Mining Scholarship

Women and Girls: First-year geology student wins the 2020 Northwestern Ontario Mining Scholarship

A Lakehead University student's passion for geology has landed her a $2,000 Northwestern Ontario Mining Scholarship.
Women and Girls: Working for women

Women and Girls: Working for women

Since the founding of PARO in 1995, Rosalind Lockyer has been a driving force in the push for women-owned businesses all over Ontario.