Features » February 10

Gateway to the World – Premier Selinger talks CentrePort

CentrePort Canada is North America’s new 20,000-acre inland port, as well as Canada’s first Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). Located in Manitoba, next to Winnipeg’s James Armstrong [...]

Onsite: CBJ meets with the Minister of Natural Resources on Clean Energy

On January 11, 2010, CBJ was invited to meet with Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable List Raitt, to discuss the Government of Canada’s Economic Action [...]

CBJ Exclusive: Interview with Blair Lekstrom

British Columbia’s oil and gas industry is heating up and it seems as though the rest of the world is noticing. CBJ’s Jennifer Sorlie had the opportunity to chat with B.C. Minister of [...]

City of Fredericton

For a Canadian city with such rich and apparent history, Fredericton certainly doesn’t dwell in the past. In fact, it is quite the opposite. New Brunswick’s capital is one of the most [...]

The City of Swift Current

Sleepy prairie town this is not. The City of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, has recently seen the fruition of a massive expansion project that has Canadians from across the country looking to the [...]

News in Review

PM gets roasted Prime Minister Stephen Harper is taking a huge hit after suspending Parliament for another five weeks—until March 3, 2010. Many Canadians believe his decision was based on [...]