Nov 10 Editorial
Make a wish! We’re blowing out the birthday candles and celebrating two years of The Canadian Business Journal with this issue. Entering our third year of publication, CBJ is expanding its content to continue providing our readers with information to add to their business acumen. Our team is also growing, and we’re happy to introduce our new Associate Editor Christina Bruce and our new Editorial Assistant, Cory Wilkins, whose engaging content will be featured in this and future issues.
In keeping with the celebratory spirit, we are bringing the party to you. Every month we are impressed with the diversity and magnitude of Canadian businesses that are positively impacting the national business landscape. In honour of the innovators who make this country great, we are proud to host the 2010 CBJ Company of the Year Awards that will recognze all that is great about Canadian business. Think this is you? We are currently accepting nominations for companies with annual revenues over $5 million for the event, the winner of which will recieve a generous George Media advertisement package and an editorial spotlight in a future issue. The deadline for nominations is November 26, so start applying now at
Besides insightful features on the most innovative companies in Canada that you’ve come to expect, this month we’ve also dissected the Toronto mayoral race, went to Waterloo, Ontario to invesigate the tech-boom and researched the implications of Canada’s restriction of commercial air traffic rights.
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