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May 2019

Theoron Fleury

Theoren Fleury: Phoenix rising

Former professional hockey player Theoren Fleury is best known in Canada for his role with the Calgary Flames, for whom he played between 1989 and 1999. He went on to
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Mathew Jelavic

Canadian Institute of Management: Is management a profession?

As I was preparing to write this article for The Canadian Business Quarterly, I couldn’t get the story of young Virginia O’Hanlon out of my head. In 1897, the eight-year-old
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Taran Ghatrora and Bunny Ghatrora

Blume: The brand that girls grow up with

A venture-backed self-care company based in Vancouver, Blume is focused on empowering girls through clean period and personal care products, and sex education, working with data collected from customers to
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Stay Alfred San Francisco

Destination San Francisco: Golden Gate City

The jewel in the crown of the San Francisco Bay Area on America’s west coast, San Francisco has a reputation for progressive living and technological innovation, and was the highest
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Reg Andres President of the Engineering Institute of Canada

Engineering Institute of Canada: Engineering industry roles, responsibilities and obligations in developing sustainable infrastructure systems supporting economic growth in the Arctic

Canada is one of eight countries that have sovereign rights over the polar ice cap, all considered Arctic nations. There are five that border the Arctic Ocean: Canada, Denmark (via
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CEO Ryan Moreno

The Joseph Richard Group: Recognizing unique opportunities

One of British Columbia’s fastest growing hospitality companies, The Joseph Richard Group (JRG Group) is a collection of unique hospitality ventures, real estate, retail and other businesses with an unwavering
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Executive Director Peter Downing

Alberta Fights Back: Protecting Alberta’s natural resources

With its resource-based economy contributing significantly to Canadian GDP, Alberta’s natural resources are under threat by internal disputes, leading to growing calls for the province to secede from the nation.
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Cory Anderson

The Retail Council of Canada: Reinstating Canada’s Visitor Rebate Program

Canada’s retail sector is the largest private employer in the country with over 2.1 million Canadians working in our industry with over $76 billion in wages and employee benefits generated
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