She was a founding member of the Canadian Automotive Partnership Council and served on the Ontario Task Force on Productivity, Competitiveness and Economic Progress.
She is a director of the Yves Landry Foundation, which furthers technological education and skills training in the manufacturing sector.
While bedazzling Mac Kay and armed with the confidence of a Stephen Harper in policy wonk-mode, Belinda was working backroom ambitions with the Liberals.
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The National Post identified her in 2001 as the most strong businesswoman in Canada.
At that time the core company and its major subsidiaries were worth approximately $10.5 billion, employed some 62,000 people, and had offices and factories in 18 countries.
Despite media reports stating Mac Kay was, “tall, athletic, young, blond …