May 12, 2015EHRC and Government of Canada Launch Career Mentorship Program for Women in Electricity Industry
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CBC News Looks at Women in the Electricity Industry
Partners include Hydro One, Ontario Power Generation, Manitoba Hydro and Hydro Ottawa, along with Women in Nuclear-Canada (WiN), International Brotherhood Electrical Workers (IBEW), Power Worker’s Union (PWU), University of Toronto, Electrofederation and WESCO. To learn more about the project and our partners click here