Business in Action » July 11

Medix School

Programs offered at Medix School enhance the healthcare community. Over its 35 year history, Medix School has rapidly expanded from its origin in the United States, to today’s inclusion of [...]

City of Spruce Grove

Situated just west of Edmonton, the City of Spruce Grove serves as a growing business hub in the province of Alberta. Incorporated as a city in 1986, Spruce Grove is home to more than 25,000, and [...]

Athabasca Oil Sands Corp.

There are over 179 billion barrels of crude bitumen in Canada’s oilsands—Alberta’s great resource is a matter of national pride—that are economically recoverable. Managing [...]

Obsidian Group

Since opening its doors, Canadian-owned Crabby Joe’s Tap and Grill has delighted patrons with quality food and a fun, inviting environment. And don’t let the Crabby Joe’s [...]

Strassburger Windows and Doors

Reducing heat loss is at the forefront of home design as many homeowners and residents look to reduce their environmental footprints. In Canadian homes, major sources of heat lose includes [...]

Atlantic Label

Atlantic Label is a New Brunswick-based manufacturing company which supplies labels to both regional and national businesses for many years. This issue, The Canadian Business Journal catches up [...]

Rutland Waterworks

In the words of Jim Csek, Administrator for Rutland Waterworks District, of Kelowna, B.C., “We’re on call and water doesn’t stop flowing.” In fact, for over 60 years Rutland has worked [...]

Sydney Tar Ponds Agency

The Tar Ponds and Coke Ovens are the vestiges of days gone past, when Cape Breton had one of the world’s largest steel plants. Very soon, the only signs of Cape Breton’s steel and [...]

B3CG Interconnect

Resulting from a management buyout back in 2008, the cable, harnessing and electrical mechanical assembly manufacturer B3CG Interconnect has enjoyed continuous growth since it began trading under [...]

Selwyn Resources Ltd.

In 2005, the British Columbia-based base metals exploration and development company purchased the  Howard’s Pass Joint Venture project and combined it with its own lands, and Sewlyn [...]

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