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City of Mount Pearl

Mount Pearl is the second largest city in Newfoundland. This business friendly city offers vibrant community spirit right along excellent transportation links to all parts of the North East [...]

Advanced Orthomolecular Research

In January 2013, The Canadian Business Journal introduced readers to the Calgary-based nutritional supplement formulation company Advanced Orthomolecular Research (AOR). AOR focuses on creating [...]

Lone Star Mercedes-Benz

The Mercedes-Benz emblem stands for luxury, innovation, and class. Around the world, auto enthusiasts recognize the brand’s symbol – the silver three-point star. Owners know the [...]

LASIK MD

Founded by Dr. Mark Cohen and Dr. Avi Wallerstein in 2001, LASIK MD is Canada’s leading provider of laser vision correction, accounting for more than half of the Canadian market share. With [...]

La Vie en Rose

La Vie en Rose, Canada’s leading specialty lingerie retailer, is a retail success story, supporting the garment industry for almost 20 years. The Montreal-based company was started in 1985 [...]

KUUS Inc

In 1986, Ron and Heidi Kuus combined their passion for winter sports and opened the doors to KUUS Inc., a leading supplier of ski and snowboard waxes and tuning accessories. Ron Kuus, formerly a [...]

Hemp Oil Canada

Hemp Oil Canada Inc. is based in Ste. Agathe, Man., in the heart of the Canadian prairies, some 25 kilometres south of Winnipeg. The company was incorporated in March 1998, the very same month [...]

Halifax Water

In the summer of 2010, The Canadian Business Journal featured Halifax Water, the municipal water, wastewater and stormwater utility serving the residents of the Halifax Regional Municipality [...]

Fort Frances

Fort Frances is located on the Ontario-Minnesota border directly above Interstate 5 to Kansas City. The community is situated on a no-wait border with full rail access. The International border [...]

Otto’s Ottawa

In 1959, 22-year-old Otto Koller left his small farming community in Switzerland. He arrived in Ottawa, Ontario, with only $1000 in his pocket and no previous knowledge of the English language. [...]

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