Clarkson Cup - Canadian women's hockey league (cwhl)
The Clarkson Cup is widely regarded in the women's hockey world and beyond as The Stanley Cup of women's hockey, as it is quickly becoming the ultimate trophy to strive for in this fast-growing female sport.
The Clarkson Laureateship for Public Service is the highest honour Massey College awards annually to members of its community. The Clarkson Laureateships were begun in 2005 to honour the public service of the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson as she was coming to the end of her very successful term as Canada’s 26th governor general and commander-in-chief. Past Laureates can be found here.
During her time as Governor General, Madame Clarkson emphasized Canada's northern country and tirelessly educates that we must have a university in the north. The only Northern country in the world that doesn't have a university within the northern circle is Canada.
Madame Clarkson has been a long-time admirer and supporter of Pathways to Education, an organization helping youth in low-income communities graduate from high school and successfully transition into post-secondary education. Pathways addresses systemic barriers to education by providing leadership, expertise and a community-based program proven to lower dropout rates.
An Honourary Fellow of the RAIC, Madame Clarkson is an avid follower who believed so much in modern design and because of the way Canada promotes its architects.
A member and supporter of PEN Canada for over thirty years, Madame Clarkson supports the tireless work of PEN in Canada and internationally to promote, support, and emphasize the importance of the right to freedom of expression.
Madame Clarkson is an Honourary Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
Founded in 1982, Seva's mission is to restore sight and prevent blindness in the developing world. Through unique partnerships, Seva works to establish locally managed eye care programs that will continue to serve people and communities long after Seva’s involvement is complete.