Business in Action » November 10

ProGreen Demolition

There’s much more to demolition than swinging a wrecking ball at a building (like you see in the movies). In fact, from what we learned about demolition from Paolo Provenzano, President of [...]

St. Joseph’s Health System

Twenty years ago, St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton, Ontario and St. Mary’s Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario both needed to purchase a CT scanner. In spite of the fact that the two [...]

City of Wetaskiwin

Situated just 70 kilometres south of its provincial capital Edmonton, the Alberta city of Wetaskiwin is a growing metropolis, steeped with an industry focus on agriculturally based development. [...]

Yamaha unveils "once-in-a-generation" line: The CF series of concert grand pianos

Innovation in quality, tone and musicality frequently dance upon the history pages of Yamaha Corporation. The company’s tradition of manufacturing musical instruments of the highest quality [...]


As the cost of healthcare in Canada continues to soar, facilities are continually seeking ways to cut costs without sacrificing quality. In a dynamic industry such as healthcare, how does one [...]

Vancouver Island University

Against the beautifully diverse natural landscape and shorelines of Vancouver Island lies an institute for progressive learning, Vancouver Island University (VIU). The institution is one of [...]

The City of Waterloo

There’s a reason that companies like Research In Motion (RIM) prosper in Waterloo, Ontario. There is a reason that the city has grown 25 per cent in the last decade and a reason that [...]

Heartland Regional Health Authority

In Heartland Health Region’s annual report, the region reiterated its vision to build “a region of healthy people and healthy communities.” With all the recent activity [...]

Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce

Fort McMurray, located in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, is the largest city in the municipality and is rich with possibilities for growth. Though known as being an “oil [...]

Small Business Forum 2010

In Canada, 99 per cent of new businesses created are classified as “small business”, defined as privately-owned and operated companies with less than 500 employees and having total [...]

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