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Building a better, more equitable workforce

'The industry requires smart people. It's not just about brute force. It's the ability to think, problem solve, make decisions and work with others. Women are good at that.'

MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Muriel Torchia Shyjak, owner of MG Electrical/Mechanical Services (left), Carol Paul, head of the construction sector council, and Colleen Munro, head of Munro Construction with a blast hole drilling simulator at the Women in Trades conference at Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre in Winnipeg on Tuesday.</p>

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Muriel Torchia Shyjak, owner of MG Electrical/Mechanical Services (left), Carol Paul, head of the construction sector council, and Colleen Munro, head of Munro Construction with a blast hole drilling simulator at the Women in Trades conference at Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre in Winnipeg on Tuesday.

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Updated on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 9:05 AM CST: Corrects spelling of name

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