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Paul receives Indigenous women leadership award

Paul receives Indigenous women leadership award

TORONTO — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has announced that Rose Paul has been named the recipient of the 2023 Indigenous Women in Leadership (IWIL) award.

CCAB’s IWIL award, sponsored by LNG Canada, is presented each year to a “strong leader, mentor and businesswoman who has been instrumental in making a difference that impacts her community or country.”

Paul is CEO of Bayside Development Corporation, the business arm of Pagtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation in Nova Scotia. She is credited with helping to bring the first phase of a highway interchange to her community, develop the Bayside Travel Centre and construct a new business centre.

“We are immensely proud to present Rose Paul with the Indigenous Women in Leadership Award,” said CCAB president and CEO Tabatha Bull in a statement. “Her tenacity, vision and dedication to her community exemplify how to create and be a powerful force for positive change.”

Paul will be honoured at the CCAB’s Indigenous Women in Leadership Forum in Vancouver in October.

“On behalf of LNG Canada, congratulations to Rose Paul on receiving this year’s Indigenous Women in Leadership Award,” said Teresa Waddington, vice-president of corporate relations at LNG Canada. “Rose is a visionary, building business and industry partnerships that create business opportunities benefitting many communities. She is an inspiration and truly deserves this recognition.”

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