The current issue of the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law magazine of Note showcases the volunteer work of graduates of the college. Among those profiled, and featured on the cover, is Robertson Stromberg’s Candice Grant.
Candice has been a member of the board of directors for CHEP Good Food Inc. for more than four years including her current role as board chair. In the article Candice talks about the many positive programs that CHEP is involved in to help improve access to good food and promote food security in our community. She sees the direct influence of programs such as community gardens and the collective kitchen program. She also has witnessed CHEP’s move to Station 20 West adding to the many benefits offered at that location.
Candice’s commitment to volunteerism extends beyond CHEP as she has been a big sister with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Saskatoon, is on the board of the Saskatoon Public Library and is the chair of the School Community Council at Dundonald School.
In the article Candice acknowledges Robertson Stromberg’s tradition of community support. She says the firm “is always very supportive of lawyers who want to give back to the community”.
Candice is proud to be a part of organizations that do good work in our community and we are proud of the role she chooses to play outside her busy practice.