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Robin Hebbard

Suncor heavy equipment operator Robin Hebbard led a charge to expand female locker rooms at the Aurora oil sands mine after a growing women’s workforce led to a lack of lockers. Thanks to Robin’s efforts and support from her co-workers and site leadership, women working in the Aurora mine now have the space they need. Similar efforts to expand female locker rooms have followed at other Suncor sites.

 

 

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