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Congratulations Mona Morris!

05/29/09 The Sydney Tar Ponds Agency would like to congratulate Mona Morris in receiving the Cape Breton Partnership's Women in Business Aboriginal Women of Distinction Award. This award is presented to a woman of aboriginal descent who has contributed to business in the community through hard work and dedication.

For over a year, Mona has been the face of the Unama'ki Economic Benefits Office as well as the face of the first Aboriginal Work Set Aside in Nova Scotia. Mona began her work as a translator for the Sydney Tar Ponds Agency's Cooling Pond Project. Within six months, Mona, a natural mutli-tasker and go-getter, gained experience, skills and training in several areas of construction. These areas include Occupational Health and Safety, Air Quality Control Manager, Supervisor, General Labourer and she has set her sights on expanding her resume even more.

As proud owner of Morris Pizza and soon-to-be mother of two, it is absolutely fitting that Mona be the recipient of this award. Everyone at the Sydney Tar Pond Agency wishes her the best of luck in the future.

Congratulations Mona!


 

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