By Andrew Macdonald The other week during International Women’s Week, Halifax Stanfield International Airport took the time to send out a dispatch to highlight women in non-traditional roles at the airport, where 5,500 people work, directly with Halifax International...
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Women In Non-Traditional Occupations
Mar 20, 2021 | Transportation
Mar 13, 2021 | Transportation
By Andrew Macdonald Just three years shy of logging 50 years in the Halifax automotive industry, Trudy Stevenson is a trailblazer in what was long a male-dominated industry. She is a brand ambassador at Steele Auto-owned Volvo of Halifax, and also doubles on the car...
By Andrew Macdonald Over the next few editions of The Macdonald Notebook, I will publish a series, Women in the construction and building trades I recently chatted with two electricians who have been on the work crew at large international building contractor...
At EllisDon Building Contractors The Work Crew Includes Women Trades Reflecting A Modern Workforce In Today’s Society
Jul 6, 2019 | Real Estate
By Andrew Macdonald At EllisDon: The Modern Day Construction Crew Includes Female Trades The other week, EllisDon building contractors gave me a tour of the soon to open Brian Mulroney Hall, in Antigonish. During the tour - I was the first journalist to do the tour of...
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