Canada

Gore Mutual Named One of Canada’s Best Workplaces Managed by Women
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Gore Mutual Insurance Company is proud to announce that it has been included on Canada’s 2019 list of Best Workplaces Managed by Women. This special designation came after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work Canada....
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Andrew Phung: Do What You Love
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Since premiering in 2016, CBC hit comedy Kim’s Convenience has become a global success. The groundbreaking series is Canada’s first Asian-led TV sitcom and has earned loads of acclaim from fans and international media with outlets like NPR praising the...
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Gerry Dee: There Are No Shortcuts
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Gerry Dee is a popular comedian, best-selling author and the star and co-creator of the award-winning TV show Mr. D. He now has a new job title to add to his impressive resume – game show host. Dee will be...
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Gore Mutual Named a Top Waterloo Area Employer
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Gore Mutual continues to gain recognition as a leading national and regional employer. This year marks our 180th year in business, and during the past 12 months we’ve received a 2019 Employee Recommended Workplace Award, been certified as a Great...
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Gore Mutual Takes Fast Forward Idea Accelerator Across Canada
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In September, we took our 2019 Fast Forward Idea Accelerator across the country for sold-out events at Vancouver’s Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre and the CBC Atrium in Toronto. Gore Mutual created Fast Forward in 2017 as a...
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Alysia Rissling: Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do
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Alysia Rissling is on the verge of achieving one of her dreams. How has she accomplished this? Simply put, she busted her butt, took risks and did whatever it took to get closer to her goal. Born and raised in...
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Pathways to Potential: Sue Gillespie shares what it takes to build better communities
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Each and every year, thousands of youth across the country sadly make the life-altering decision to drop out of high school. In some of Canada’s most vulnerable neighbourhoods, up to 50 per cent of students do not graduate from high...
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