“Do not be a wallflower!” was the advice the Honourable Anne McLellan offered to women who attended the Famous 5 Enbridge Speaker Series event at the Chateau Laurier on May 18.
Reconciliation between Canada and its Ingenious peoples is happening but there is more work to be done, but "we've come a long way" Gina Wilson told a capacity crowd at the Famous 5 Enbridge Speaker Series event on April 5.
Canadians across the country are gearing up to celebrate our nation’s sesquicentennial on July 1st. As Canada’s capital and self-proclaimed “place to be” for 150th celebrations, Ottawa is not disappointing with a long list of events being held through the year.
What do The Veteran, The General, The Chief and The Commissioner all have in common?
They’re women who have been or are currently in top roles within Canada’s military or security organizations and they shared their insights about leadership at a Famous5 Enbridge Speaker Series event held in downtown Ottawa on Oct. 26, 2016.
Famous 5 Ottawa with the generous support of Enbridge and in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright and CGA-Canada celebrates the 2013 Governor General’s Persons Case Award Recipients.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne takes centre stage at the National Arts Centre (NAC) April 30, 2015 where she will be honoured as a nation builder by the Famous 5 Ottawa.
To the beat of Inuit drummers and with the soaring music of Susan Aglukark, Famous 5 Ottawa was able to honour 3 great nation builders from Canada’s Arctic.
Following in McClung’s trail blazing footsteps, for the first time in Canadian history, the 2015 federal election will see the campaigns of all three leading political parties run by women.