Victoria LaBillois and Sandra Sutter named one of Women’s Executive Network 2019 Canada’s Most Powerful Women


The National Indigenous Economic Development Board (the Board) would like to extend its most heartfelt congratulations to Victoria LaBillois and Sandra Sutter for being named two of the Women’s Executive Network 2019 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award.

Victoria and Sandra were both named in the RBC Champions category which highlights women who have made a describable difference to the advancement of women in the workplace.

Victoria LaBillois is a Mi’gmaq entrepreneur from Listuguj, Quebec, Victoria owns Wejipeg Excavation; owns rental properties; co-owns Wejuseg Construction, and is an active partner in other joint ventures. Sandra Sutter, a Cree Métis woman from the Prairies, is the Aboriginal Partnerships Manager for PTW Energy Services and CGT Industrial and the Executive Director for the Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) Society.

They are both active members of the Board, providing valuable advice to the Board’s upcoming Strategic Plan and sitting on the Board’s Indigenous Procurement and Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship Subcommittees.

We are grateful to have them on the Board and benefit from their great knowledge and experience as Indigenous women and entrepreneurs.


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