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Force of nature

David Miller, President and CEO of WWF-Canada, makes the business case for sustainability.

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Combining profit with purpose

McCain Foods CEO Dirk Van de Put talks about stakeholder expectations and how McCain is working towards a broader purpose beyond just making a profit.

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We comes before me

Find out why putting people first is central to Tangerine Bank’s mantra.

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Canadian energy, global markets

To compete globally and boost economic growth, Robert Johnston, of Eurasia stresses that innovation and productivity need to be the focus of governments and industry leaders.

Growth

Forging partnerships

President and CEO Marc Dutil of the Canam Group Inc. not only manages the needs of his customers and his enterprise, but also the expectations of shareholders.

Growth

Attention to retail

President and CEO François Roberge has turned apparel chain la Vie en Rose into a booming international business by adapting to its customers’ needs.

Technology

A new cycle

By investing in powerful online technologies, Live to Play Sports’ John Williams is helping independent bike dealers successfully exploit the growing interest in cycling

Growth

City builder

As Mayor of Surrey, B.C., Linda Hepner must balance economic development with the demands of a young and growing citizenry

Technology

Staying power

Under Arnon Levy’s leadership, Calgary-based GuestTek has conquered the world of interactive technology for the hotel business

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Growth

The FX factor

The low Canadian dollar is only one piece of the puzzle for U.S. companies sizing up acquisitions north of the border

Growth

Freedom to forgive

After a long captivity in Somalia, Amanda Lindhout looked past her ordeal by creating a foundation that changes lives in the troubled African country

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Private partners

In search of growth capital, small and midsize Canadian companies are teaming up with private equity firms such as Halifax-based SeaFort Capital

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Canadian cities draw foreign investors

The real estate market in major Canadian cities such as Toronto and Vancouver continues to flourish thanks to growing interest from developers, investors and buyers, both domestic and international.

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