What we have been up to this fall:
At MacPherson Engineering, we believe in being actively engaged in our community. Highlighted here are four events we have been involved in this fall that showcase our commitment to making a positive impact: the Treaty 4 Gathering Parade, Walk a Mile in Their Shoes, The Mountie Maker, and the CIBC Run for the Cure.
The Treaty 4 Gathering Parade celebrates Indigenous culture and unity. As we walked alongside Indigenous communities, it served as a reminder of the importance of acknowledging the past and actively working towards a future of healing, unity, and respect.
To raise awareness about gender-based violence, we participated in Walk a Mile in Their Shoes. Our team walked a mile in high heels, symbolizing our support for survivors and a world free from gender-based violence.
The Mountie Maker is a 7.5km run that includes 26 obstacles, symbolizing the 26 weeks that it takes to become a Mountie at Depot.
In support of breast cancer awareness and research, we joined the CIBC Run for the Cure, running alongside participants in pink shirts to show solidarity with survivors and their families.
Together, we are working to create a brighter future for all.
MacPherson Engineering’s participation in these events reflects our commitment to inclusivity, equity and diversity. We believe in making a positive impact and hope to inspire others to join us in building stronger communities.