women in business

The shirts sell for $45, with 30 per cent of proceeds from each sale going to Battered Women’s Support Services in Vancouver. (Madame Premier/Sarah Elder-Chamanara)

Canadian company launches ‘hysterical’ T-Shirt to combat health officials’ use of word

A partnership with Tamara Taggart will see women broadcast the word on a T-shirt or tote bag

The shirts sell for $45, with 30 per cent of proceeds from each sale going to Battered Women’s Support Services in Vancouver. (Madame Premier/Sarah Elder-Chamanara)
A woman pushes a baby stroller through a gentle snow fall on a sidewalk just below Parliament Hill in Ottawa Saturday, January 8, 2011. A new report from Royal Bank of Canada says more than 20,000 women left Canada’s workforce between February and October, but about triple the number of men joined it. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

Women leaving workforce faster than men, childcare playing big role in exodus: study

The study warns that this pattern could slow down the economic recovery

A woman pushes a baby stroller through a gentle snow fall on a sidewalk just below Parliament Hill in Ottawa Saturday, January 8, 2011. A new report from Royal Bank of Canada says more than 20,000 women left Canada’s workforce between February and October, but about triple the number of men joined it. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand
A traffic light on Bay Street in Canada’s financial district is shown in Toronto on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. A new report says a culture of inequality continues to persist in Canada’s capital markets and the brunt of it is felt by women and people who are racialized, Indigenous or identify as LGBTQ2S+. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Inequality in capital markets sector continues to hurt women, BIPOC and LGBTQ: report

Study revealed that Black women were the least likely to say they were treated equally by firm and manager

A traffic light on Bay Street in Canada’s financial district is shown in Toronto on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. A new report says a culture of inequality continues to persist in Canada’s capital markets and the brunt of it is felt by women and people who are racialized, Indigenous or identify as LGBTQ2S+. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
Christina Benty, a former mayor of Golden, now heads up her own business, using her experience to help other local governments work together more efficiently. (File photo)

Former Golden mayor provides unique experience to Strategic Leadership Solutions

Christina Benty, Golden’s first female mayor, now heads up her own business in executive coaching

Christina Benty, a former mayor of Golden, now heads up her own business, using her experience to help other local governments work together more efficiently. (File photo)
Golden’s new Worthy Boutique has the Mihajic Touch

Golden’s new Worthy Boutique has the Mihajic Touch

Tracy Mihajic has been in business for herself for 20 years

Golden’s new Worthy Boutique has the Mihajic Touch
Morgan Jmaiff opened her business Bona Fide in July 2019 and has been enjoying success in her first year of operations. (Lois Soper)

Golden’s Bona Fide finds success in first year of business

Morgan Jmaiff comes from a family of entrepreneurs, inspiring her to start her own business

Morgan Jmaiff opened her business Bona Fide in July 2019 and has been enjoying success in her first year of operations. (Lois Soper)
Golden Optometric Clinic strives to support women in business across the community

Golden Optometric Clinic strives to support women in business across the community

Rebecca Kolbenson thinks it’s vital for women to support other women and does so through her business

Golden Optometric Clinic strives to support women in business across the community
‘You’re my first female driver’: B.C. women hit the road in male-dominated ride-hailing sector

‘You’re my first female driver’: B.C. women hit the road in male-dominated ride-hailing sector

Women driving for Uber and Lyft open up about safety, licensing and why they’re in the minority

‘You’re my first female driver’: B.C. women hit the road in male-dominated ride-hailing sector
(The Canadian Press)

Majority of Canadian boards had no female members in 2016 and 2017: StatCan

Statistics Canada says 18.1 per cent of director seats were held by women in 2017

(The Canadian Press)