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Decisiveness Shape: Glube and Canadian City

decisiveness shape: When Glube learned about a Dalhousie Law School classmate who was struggling financially, for example, Glube quickly and quietly gave him money she received from university awards, according to The Chronicle Herald. And when she met her husband Richard on a blind date, the two married a mere three days later. But to her many friends and colleagues, Connie's passion for helping others, her modesty and her decisiveness shape the stories told about her. They would go on to have four children. She was the first woman to oversee the affairs of a Canadian city when she became the city manager of Halifax in 1974. These traits all came together to make Glube a diligent trailblazer for women and minorities throughout her long and victorious career. ( As reported in the news.