Marketing Hall of Legends Marlene Hore, formerly the most senior female creative in Canada, was also one of the first women in advertising to have a baby and return to work. By Ashley Milne-Tyte | Photography By Raina + Wilson Download Article Marlene Hore never strove to be an executive creative director. When she started […]
Amanda Lang, Co-Host of CBC’s The Lang & O’Leary Exchange, Senior Business Correspondent for The National and author of “The Power of Why?” lets a love of learning be her guide.
Almost 60 years after her death, Frida Kahlo’s legacy as a world-renowned Mexicanista artist and woman of influence is as profoundly relevant today as it was during her passionate life.
The true story of how literary legend and new entrepreneur Margaret Atwood became an award-winning writer and notable woman of influence. By: Carolyn Lawrence
Raymonde Lavoie, president of Montréal agency DesArts Communications, on entrepreneurship, inspiration, and the launch of upcoming Québécoise magazine femmes d’INFLUENCE.
Looking Back at the Evolution of a Woman of Influence
Dr. Roberta Bondar’s resumé reads at first glance like a list of disparate — albeit extraordinary — achievements. Now a celebrated nature photographer, educator and speaker, she became Canada’s first female astronaut when she went aboard NASA’s space shuttle Discovery as a payload specialist in 1992.
Photography by Tom Sandler, Story by Cytlalli Ruiz-Chapman The elegant and refined prima ballerina tells us about her career and inspirations along the way Having graced stages around the world for decades, with her elegance and charm, Karen Kain has established herself as one of Canada’s leading artistic icons. Although no longer performing, Kain continues […]
A WOMAN OF GROUNDBREAKING FIRSTS Canada’s first female Prime Minister looks back on her storied career After breaking barriers in her rise to become Canada’s first female Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Kim Campbell remains a force to be reckoned with on the world stage. She began bursting through glass ceilings at the young age […]
Holding court with Venus Williams. By: Carolyn Lawrence