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10July, 2014

Behind-the-Scenes: Inside a Hydroelectric Generating Station

I have a confession to make.

I’ve worked in the environment and energy sector for well over a decade, and as Vice President at the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA), I talk all the time about our electricity system and what it needs in order to continue supplying reliable electricity to Canadians for generations to come.

But—and here’s […]

30May, 2014

How much do you really value electricity?

I’m not a very coherent person first thing in the morning, so like many people, I’m certainly not thinking about electricity when I wake up. But, as I think about my morning routine as I write this blog, I can’t help but be reminded that my mornings depend on electricity being there when I need […]

3February, 2014

Collaborating to save species and protect habitats: Nature Canada launches Women for Nature

On February 4, 2014, Nature Canada will officially launch its Women for Nature initiative during a reception on Parliament Hill. I am proud to say that I am one of 40 women from diverse backgrounds who are founding members of this exciting initiative.

Nature Canada’s Women for Nature network brings together the leadership, knowledge, experience, and […]

30May, 2013

June is National Electricity Month!

Across the country, the electricity industry is opening our doors and putting out the welcome mat. Throughout June, we’re celebrating National Electricity Month – an opportunity to learn more about the electricity system, and acknowledge the indispensable role it plays in our lives.

That’s a theme that will likely be repeated nation-wide during National Electricity Month.  […]