Business in Action » June 11

Mood Media

When you walk into your favourite store, restaurant or hotel and are enveloped into the atmosphere of background music, pleasant aroma and informative visual displays, you’re likely [...]

Wok Box

Offering tasty food and healthy choices, Wok Box has risen to the top of the quick serve Asian food market in just seven years. Beginning with its original location in Edmonton, today Wok Box has [...]

New Millennium

In the 1960s, Robert Martin first discovered the large iron ore deposit alongside Howells River in Labrador, Canada, known as the LabMag deposit, that is now the focus of New Millennium Capital [...]

YMCA of Western Ontario

The YMCA has been a strong community voice supporting Canadian families for many years. This month, The Canadian Business Journal explores the YMCA of Western Ontario and learns how this [...]

City of Yorkton

The City of Yorkton plays a vital role in Saskatchewan’s industrial cog. Nestled just west of the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border, today Yorkton is home to more than 20,000, and represents a [...]

Zavida Coffee Company

Founded in 1982 by Charles Litterst, Zavida Coffee Company is celebrating its 30th successful year in business. Based in Concord, Ont., Zavida has grown into a distinct leader in the gourmet [...]

Candy Bouquet

Sometimes it is the simple ideas that bloom into business gold. For Margaret McEntire, the combination of flowers and chocolate proved to be just that. Creating unique gift bouquets made not with [...]

City of Weyburn

The City of Weyburn, home to “the Greatest Canadian” Tommy Douglas, is a medium-sized Saskatchewan community about an hour’s drive outside of Regina. Originally settled as an [...]

Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC)

For more than 50 years, Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC), with the support of generous Canadians, has been helping children in developing countries to help break the cycle of [...]

Lower Canada College

Innovation in the classroom can seem an obvious ideal to strive towards. But what does it actually mean? Lower Canada College (LCC), an independent school in Montreal, does more than just talk [...]

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