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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 Kasper Transportation as part of our Community Leaders Program.

<b>Women and Girls:</b> Kwik co. made by and for women <b>(11 photos)</b>

Women and Girls: Kwik co. made by and for women (11 photos)

A sibling owned company is changing the face of comfortable and functional athletic wear.
Women and Girls: A business incubator

Women and Girls: A business incubator

Maelyn Hurley creating a platform for emerging artists, makers, and small business owners.
<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.
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