Major Partners, 2019
“Air Canada is proud to continue its long-standing support for Equal Voice and Daughters of the Vote. Not only have we seen more women become political candidates and elected into governments since our time with Equal Voice, we have also seen women expand their roles in communities around the country as leaders in social activism and justice. Diversity, equality and leadership are core values at Air Canada and we are proud that Equal Voice has been highly successful in advancing these areas for the betterment of our country.”
Ferio Pugliese, Senior Vice President-Regional Markets and Government Relations, Air Canada
“Last year, VIA Rail actively supported Daughters of the Vote as one of its two official transportation partners. The promotion of women in politics is consistent with VIA Rail’s commitment to women’s active participation in our country’s social, environmental and economic governance. That is why we are proud to renew our partnership for this year’s event”.
Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, President and CEO of VIA Pail Canada
Johnson & Johnson
“As a founding sponsor of Equal Voice, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is delighted that the Government of Canada is funding a second iteration of Daughters of the Vote. Providing young women with the opportunity to imagine themselves in public office is not just an investment in women, but in Canada’s future”.
Dr. Lesia Babiak, chair of J&J's Canada Government Affairs Council.
“TekSavvy is thrilled to support the Daughters of the Vote program again in 2019. It was so moving to participate in the march to Parliament Hill in 2017, and to see firsthand how this program changes the lives of so many young women. Their passion for their local communities and causes is an inspiration to us all.”
Janet Lo, VP, Confidentialité et Privacy & Consumer Legal Affairs.
“Having diverse and inclusive leadership at the table is critical to driving the innovation and growth needed to move our country forward. Imperial is committed to supporting efforts to build the next generation of women leaders.”
Theresa Redburn, Imperial’s Senior Vice-President of Commercial and Corporate Development