Business in Action » July 11

Wacky Wings

Nothing mixes like chicken wings and beer. Wacky Wings restaurants, the creation of Damon Burgess, President and Owner, and a native of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., opened the original of four Wacky [...]

Hilton Suites Toronto/Markham Conference Centre

Modern business hotels have to offer their guests more than a comfortable bed for the evening in order to be successful. The four diamond Hilton Suites Toronto/Markham Conference Centre & Spa [...]

Brentwood College

A modern approach on tradition In late April, Brentwood College opened its campus to athletes and visitors from across the globe for its 41st annual regatta. The regatta, the single largest [...]

YMCA Sault Ste. Marie

Everyone knows the YMCA, you may be thinking. Of course, it is a world renowned organization lauded for 150 years of good works within communities worldwide. But every YMCA is different, is [...]

Labelad

When CBJ first interviewed Labelad, a label and packaging company in Markham, Ont. in 2008, the company was operating soundly and showing great progress. Today, CBJ takes a look at the [...]

City of Lloydminster

Straddling the border that separates the western provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta, the city of Lloydminster has grown into a vibrant business centre. The city is home to a population just [...]

3Gyros

One way to define 3Gyros is by its growth. After six long years of economic struggle and strife in the small town of Amherstburg, Ont., 3Gyros, a small Canadian business, has managed to [...]

LeaseBusters

“In the beginning, we didn’t recognize the power of the LeaseBusters concept,” Jim Matthews, President of LeaseBusters, told the Canadian Business Journal. Prior to LeaseBusters, there were two [...]

City of Lacombe

Lacombe is described as a new city with a small town, family-oriented feel. In the heart of Alberta’s parkland area, the City of Lacombe offers a rich, natural environment of lakes and [...]

AMEC Black & McDonald

On May 11, Nova Scotia’s offshore oil and gas reserve estimates ostensibly tripled. That was the day Nova Scotia’s Minister of Energy Charlie Parker announced the results of the Play [...]

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