New resource aims to reduce annual springtime digging incidents
Ross McClelland has seen firsthand the chaos and damage caused by a failure to ‘call or click before you dig’.
“In the 1980’s when I worked for the City of Calgary, a contractor hit a two-inch water line and flooded the parking lot of the Children’s Hospital,” recalls McClelland, now with Alberta One-Call. “There was so much water released that within a few minutes, the underground parking lot was flooded and cars were damaged.”
“My heart still cries for those women and children in Kenya even though I am miles apart.”
Native Kenyan given second chance for global outreach
As a child and young adult in her native Kenya, TransCanada’s Pauline Ngure witnessed the heartbreak inflicted on young girls.
She grew up among neighbours and friends who discriminated by gender — daughters were treated as “second class” members while sons were given “priority,” says Ngure, an associate in Supply Chain Operations.
Measuring a company’s success in responsible corporate sustainability
Social and environmental responsibility are more than just words
Are companies in the energy sector socially and environmentally responsible? How do you prove it?
International ‘sustainability’ investment experts — with the evidence to back it up — think they have the answers.
In fact, they believe that long-term survival for organizations has become increasingly dependent on their skillset in navigating sustainability issues and complex societal challenges. And many companies are doing exactly that.