PMHF logo imageUHN's Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation (PMHF) has been named one of Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures for 2010. The award comes from Waterstone Human Capital, a leading executive search and professional recruitment firm. Waterstone gives the annual award to only 10 companies from across the country. PMHF was selected in addition to these 10, under the special category of "Broader Public Sector."

"This is truly recognition for 54 staff, hundreds of volunteers, nearly one million donors/ticket buyers, all PMH, UHN, and the community who are all committed to "Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime." All these people contribute to and lift our culture—the 'ultimate team sport!'" says Paul Alofs, President and CEO, PMHF.

Click here to hear directly from Paul, as he shares his thoughts on PMHF's culture. You can also read the releases and learn about the culture that exists at PMHF.​

Other companies named alongside PMHF include Aeroplan, Maple Leaf Foods, and Home Depot.

"This year's winners are truly outstanding—12 unique and vibrant, high-performance organizations," says Marty Parker, president and CEO, Waterstone Human Capital. "They each exemplify something we at Waterstone have always known: that great people create great cultures, and great cultures create a competitive advantage that generates outstanding results—in both good times and bad."

Almost 400 organizations were nominated for this year's award. A gala event will be held in February to celebrate the winners.​​

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