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How Uber Is Transforming The On-Demand Economy Created for
In a new report commissioned by Uber Canada, research firm Public First analyzed the impact of Uber in Canada in 2020, and how Uber has changed the on-demand economy. In the first Economic Impact Report, there are a ...
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YLaw Founder Leena Yousefi Is Building a Better Kind of Workplace Canadian Business is relaunching in fall 2021, building on its platform as a trusted media brand and social network for the country’s fastest growing companies and their innovative leaders, who are changing Canada for the better.
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Powerful and Portable: Why Mobile Devices Got a Rugged Pandemic Makeover Created for
The pace of digital transformation for businesses around the world was already moving at breakneck speeds, with companies mapping out their digital strategies several years into the future. But like many things, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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Meet the Third-Generation Company That’s Weathered 56 Years of Storms Created for
In the late spring of 2020, Morbern’s CEO was faced with a dilemma. Thanks to the pandemic, most automotive manufacturers had shut down their assembly lines, and Morbern—which supplies vinyl interior fabrics to GM, Nissan, Chrysler and Ford, ...
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How Teachers’ Pandemic Pivots Are Transforming Education in the 5G Era Sarah Prevette, CEO of Future Design School. Photo courtesy of Nick Menzies Photography
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Mark Davidson remembers the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic as a “slow, rolling shock.” He could see it coming, but it was still jarring when ...
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This Canadian Manufacturer Made Its Biggest Acquisition Right As COVID Hit In partnership with CIBC
On February 28, 2020, Great Little Box Company signed a letter of intent to acquire Ideon Packaging. It was the biggest investment commitment in the history of the packaging manufacturer and distributor, based in Richmond, B.C.
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CB’s Leadership Circle Brings You Exclusive Insights From Top Executives “I used to think that great leaders were smart and tough-as-nails,” says Lisa Kalhans, president and CEO of Amex Bank of Canada. “I still think those qualities are important, but the attribute I’ve relied on the most is actually listening ...
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8 Questions With Marc Ouayoun, President and CEO of Porsche Canada Canadian Business is relaunching in fall 2021, building on its platform as a trusted media brand and social network for the country’s fastest growing companies and their innovative leaders, who are changing Canada for the better.
Canadian Business gives these ...
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Why a People-Centric Culture Pays Off Created for  
State Window Corporation has five core values: passion, dependability, loyalty, honesty and transparency. They were not chosen after extensive consultation with focus groups or created by a marketing department throwing buzzwords around a whiteboard. They came, says company ...
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How Three Friends Turned a Student Rental House to Billions in Assets Created for  
In 1991, brothers Jason and Martin Castellan made their first real estate acquisition: a student rental house in Guelph, Ont. Their first investor? Their dad. They were joined in their business venture by their friend R. Jason Ashdown ...
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The “Solutions” Company Behind North America’s Most Complex Demolition Jobs Created for 
In 2018, Priestly Demolition won the coveted contract to tear down the Victor open-pit diamond mine near James Bay in northern Ontario—but the only way there was by winter road or airstrip. How did they transport their massive ...
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Fortune Favours The Bold: Why Disrupting Industry Standards Pays Off Created for
In 2007, Zak Mroueh was ranked as the number one creative director in the country and was a partner at Canada’s top advertising agency. But like every budding entrepreneur, he envisioned a better agency model. And so, he ...
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How Inuit-Owned Airline Canadian North Changed Course This Year In partnership with CIBC
Chris Avery remembers the day that everything changed. It was early March 2020 and Avery, president and CEO of Canadian North, a 100 per cent Inuit-owned airline that serves communities in the Northwest Territories, Nunavik and ...
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Tips For Investing At Every Stage of Your Career  
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Before making an important investment decision, one might consider a number of factors, including fees, time horizon, risk tolerance, performance, to name a few. ...
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Best Managed Companies 2021 – Returning Winners STRONGER THAN EVER
Congratulations to the Best Managed companies returning to the list in 2021!
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Best Managed Companies 2021 – New Winners NEW WINNERS
Congratulations to the Best Managed companies new to the list in 2021!
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De La Fontaine As a designer and manufacturer of steel doors and frames, De La Fontaine makes products that we use every day, and its mark is everywhere — including at the U.S. Pentagon, where its doors and frames were installed in early ...
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Crawford Packaging After nearly six decades of expansion, Crawford Packaging — which started in founder Dick Crawford’s apartment in London, Ont., in 1963 — now has three warehouse facilities in Ontario, along with distribution centres in Alberta, Texas, Georgia and Mexico. The ...
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GrainsConnect Canada Remember when everyone took up bread-baking in the first few months of the pandemic? Whether you were doing the kneading or the taste-testing, you can thank GrainsConnect, a Calgary-based supply chain that connects grain and oilseed growers from Alberta and ...
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Peavey Industries In 1984, in a move that would change the company forever, Peavey Industries got some new owners: its very own employees. Four senior managers purchased the company from U.S.-based ConAgra. Norm Nilsson, Bob Reierson, Terry Jellicoe and Rick Anderson then ...

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