Great Bear launches campaign for elimination of violence against women with ‘Purple Shirt’ Day

On November 25th, Great Bear marked the ‘International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women’ by launching the ‘UNiTE campaign,’ an international initiative that focuses on the prevention and elimination of violence against women, which ends 16 days later on International Human Rights day.

To promote the campaign, employees at our Great Bear project received purple shirts to raise awareness and draw attention to this important issue.

Captured above, from left to right:
Joel Campbell, Safety Advisor, Red Lake, Dana Cipelleti, Exploration Geologist, Red Lake, Cynthia Imbeault, Community Relations Coordinator, Red Lake, Crystal McCollough, Project Geologist, Red Lake, Ian Russell, Interim Site Manager, Red Lake, Morgan Burdeney, Administrative Assistant, Red Lake, Dylan Langille, Senior Project Geologist, Red Lake, and Paul Faulconer, Safety & Training Coordinator, Red Lake.

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