July 4, 2015


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Gender imbalance stands out

Lack of female leaders surprises CEO

Linda Hasenfratz has led Guelph-based Linamar Corp. to some impressive growth since taking the reins from her father, but she was surprised to find out there are no women running publicly traded companies in Manitoba.

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Linda Hasenfratz has led Guelph-based Linamar Corp. to some impressive growth since taking the reins from her father, but she was surprised to find out there are no women running publicly traded companies in Manitoba. Photo Store

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