Continuing to celebrate Canadian history month, we offer a collection of CIM Magazine profiles of Canadian women in mining then and now.
In a field dominated by men, Kathleen Rice forged her own path through constant adversity to become Canada’s first female prospector.
From hourly labourer to supervisor, Lynn Brunette has proven she (and other women) can succeed in mining.
At the University of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Peltier-Huntley is researching the state of diversity and inclusion in today’s mining industry
Covergalls founder Alicia Woods wants women to feel they belong in the industry.
Liane Boyer turned to prospecting for the flexibility to raise a family, and the thrill of the chase.
Canada’s “Diamonds in the Rough” will be the first ever all-female team to attend the International Mines Rescue Competition.
Engineer Theresa Nyabeze takes a do-it-yourself approach to diversity.
Amanda Kalhous says diversity of thought is key for innovation and engineering.
Martha Manuel is building partnerships with First Nations at New Gold’s B.C. operations, but this often means walking a fine line between the cultural beliefs she’s been raised with and the industry she works in.
Over a decades-long career, Barbara Caelles advocated for gender equity and developed strong networks for women in British Columbia’s mining industry.