WTC Winnipeg's Podcast

"It's been a pretty exciting journey so far" | Interview with Jamie Wilson

June 18, 2020 WTC Winnipeg Season 1 Episode 46
WTC Winnipeg's Podcast
"It's been a pretty exciting journey so far" | Interview with Jamie Wilson
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WTC Winnipeg's Podcast
"It's been a pretty exciting journey so far" | Interview with Jamie Wilson
Jun 18, 2020 Season 1 Episode 46
WTC Winnipeg

In this episode, Jamie Wilson, Vice President of Corporate Development of the Arctic Gateway Group discusses with Mariette Mulaire and Chuck Davidson about how northern regions of Manitoba have maintained their essential services during the pandemic. He discusses how innovative technologies were used to mitigate some of the impacts of permafrost and building on muskeg that allowed them to reopen this passage to the North. From the beginning, Arctic Gateway Group has been diligent in ensuring that their workforce reflects the demographics of northern Manitoba, striving to reach their target of 75% Indigenous employees. 

Arctic Gateway Group operates the Port of Churchill and cooperates with Hudson Bay Rail to support the Canadian supply chains which are vital to northern Manitoba and its continued growth. The group provides essential minerals like zinc to the pharmaceutical and telecommunications industries as well as other goods that impact global markets. 

Show Notes

In this episode, Jamie Wilson, Vice President of Corporate Development of the Arctic Gateway Group discusses with Mariette Mulaire and Chuck Davidson about how northern regions of Manitoba have maintained their essential services during the pandemic. He discusses how innovative technologies were used to mitigate some of the impacts of permafrost and building on muskeg that allowed them to reopen this passage to the North. From the beginning, Arctic Gateway Group has been diligent in ensuring that their workforce reflects the demographics of northern Manitoba, striving to reach their target of 75% Indigenous employees. 

Arctic Gateway Group operates the Port of Churchill and cooperates with Hudson Bay Rail to support the Canadian supply chains which are vital to northern Manitoba and its continued growth. The group provides essential minerals like zinc to the pharmaceutical and telecommunications industries as well as other goods that impact global markets.