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Sept. 23, 2021
The Interprovincial Association on Native Employment Westman Chapter held its annual Champions of Indigenous Employment Awards Wednesday to celebrate businesses promoting diverse workplaces.
Interprovincial Association on Native Employment Westman Chapter (IANE) chair Doug Pople described champions as those “committed to doing the right thing at all times.” He added many employers are doing hard work behind the scenes to create diverse workplaces that are directly helping community members.
The IANE luncheon at T-Birds, Food, Fun and Games honoured Blue Water Wash, Gail Cullen of the Brandon Friendship Centre and T-Birds for their positive impacts on the community. The event also featured a special retirement presentation honouring Barry French for his powerful and forward-looking influence in Westman.
Pople has been with IANE for about 20 years and has seen these incremental changes add up over time.
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