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Business in Action » February 12

Angkor Gold Cambodia

As multinational miners continue to wake up to the Kingdom of Cambodia’s enormous project potential, Angkor Gold Corporation is demonstrating a remarkable commitment to country development [...]

Randstad

A global conglomerate providing human resources and staffing solutions, Randstad has been operating in Canada for more than 35 years servicing the engineering and IT industries, and established [...]

Trendix S.A.

Argentinean miner Trendix S.A is standing out in early-stage South American exploration as it continues to discover a range of multi-commodity mineral deposits across its large native [...]

B-Safe electric

Five years ago, Brian Scheele, President of B-Safe Electric, knew it was time to start his own comprehensive electrical company, one that would always be available for its clients’ [...]

Roy Speed & Ross

When it comes to the best in vehicle theft deterrent systems, look to Roy Speed & Ross. The Burlington, Ont.-based company, beginning in 1998, has branched out in recent years with an [...]

U3O8 Corp.

South American-focused uranium, phosphate and vanadium explorer U3O8 Corp. (TSX-V: UWE) has achieved remarkable exploration success. Just 18 months after adding two projects to its exploration [...]

Co-op Atlantic

In recognition of 2012, the International Year of Co-operatives, CBJ is setting its spotlight on Co-op Atlantic, Atlantic Canada’s largest co-operative, and the second largest co-operative [...]

SkyRider Developments

Edmonton-based and Aboriginal-owned SkyRider Developments is a rising star in land development, project management and construction, with a dynamic and progressive CEO. SkyRider’s expertise [...]

Credit Valley Golf and Country Club

Established in 1930, the Credit Valley Golf and Country Club is one of the country’s most distinguished golf and country clubs. A hidden gem, the private golf course is in the heart of [...]

East Side Road Authority

East Manitoba makes for rough terrain, especially to the 13 First Nations communities that call this isolated area home. Known as fly-in communities, these areas cannot be accessed via road, save [...]

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