The Women's Infrastructure Network has hosted wonderful social and networking events. The WIN Awards receptions have taken place across Canada since 2015.
This event will feature a discussion of “Casting the New Net—How Changes to the Fisheries Act will impact BC Infrastructure Projects”. Our panel of speakers will provide perspectives from both the public and private sectors.
Among the panelists are young emerging leaders who are role models that support women's professional development. The panelists will share their insights to help promote women in the infrastructure industry and strategies on how to advance in their careers.
Join WIN Toronto on November 21 for a dinner and panel discussion on the Canadian Infrastructure Bank. Speakers: Janice Fukakusa, Chair, Annie Ropar, CFO and CAO, and Nick Hann, Head of Investments.
McCarthy Tétrault is pleased to be hosting a WIN Breakfast. Please join us on the morning of November 5, 2018 for a hearty breakfast at the Sheraton Centre Hotel.
La « mobilité » est un concept en vogue. Vu la croissance constante de l’urbanisation, la mobilité intelligente et sa facilitation sont désormais des incontournables.
The concept of mobility is in vogue. Given the constant growth of urbanization, smart mobility and its facilitation are now imperative.
Patio weather is finally here. Please join your WIN peers to celebrate the arrival of summer on the patio of Copetin Restaurant & Bar.
Ottawa’s WIN chapter is hosting another in a series of events profiling female leaders in infrastructure. On June 7, Karyn Cornfield and Moe Garahan will discuss their experiences working in infrastructure and sustainability in Ottawa.
Join BC WIN for the 2018 Spring event. A fabulous evening to dine and network with women in the infrastructure industry.
The Toronto event will take place from 6:00PM–9:15PM.
The Ottawa event takes place from 6:00PM–9:15PM. There will be a panel discussion on Smart Cities, featuring, Amanda Wilson, Jenny Tremblay, Lauren Touchant, Dr. Marc Fortin, and Michael Tremblay