Business in Action » May 14

Browns Socialhouse

In 2004, restaurant entrepreneur Scott Morison opened the first Brown’s Socialhouse in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Drawing from his previous restaurant and food industry experience, [...]

The Heartland Housing Foundation

Heartland Housing grew from the amalgamation of three former housing providers: Pioneer Housing Foundation, Fort Lions Haven, and the Fort Saskatchewan Foundation. These groups sat spatially [...]

Solomon Schechter Academy

Solomon Schechter Academy lays the foundation for a lifetime of learning and instills an unbridled passion for excellence and Conservative Jewish traditions. Montreal’s Solomon Schechter [...]

Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill

The name Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill has a new meaning. No longer do Canadians identify the term with the legendary White Sox outfielder Joe Jackson and the infamous ‘Black Sox [...]

Proteus Performance

The adjective ‘protean’ identifies those with the ability to adapt. Stemming from the Greek myth of Proteus, a demi-god with the ability to foretell the future, the word is often used [...]

Orangeville Hyundai & Orangeville Kia

Phil Richards’ Orangeville Hyundai dealership grew from a love of the automotive industry. This dedication and enthusiasm is reflected in the interactions Richards has with each visitor. [...]

HMA Insurance

Hardiman Mount & Associates (HMA) Insurance Brokers Limited tagline “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Service” reflects the core values of the company. HMA Insurance brokerage, an [...]

Flair Airlines Ltd

In 2003, Jim Rogers noticed a gap in the airline market. He recognized the need for a charter airline company that focused on providing customized lift for commercial users. In 2005, he founded [...]

Enerjet

Canada is the world’s second largest country, with a greater land mass than the entirety of Europe. Each region of Canada has a diversity of natural resources, and is populated by vibrant [...]

Eclipse Automation

When it comes to adapting to changing market demands, very few businesses do the job right. Many, still functioning under Cold War era-esque economic rigidity, operate with old industrial age [...]

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