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Power Player

As the world moves toward renewable energy, Hydrogenics President and CEO Daryl Wilson sees big opportunities for hydrogen power and energy storage.


Force of nature

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


Pump up the volume

Parkland Fuel Corp. President and CEO Bob Espey drives the company’s ambitious North American expansion while keeping a close eye on costs


The partnership paradox

Canadian companies want collaboration without the sharing of risks and rewards. This will impact innovation, warns GE Canada President and CEO Elyse Allan.


Leaving a good impression

New Gold Inc. CEO Robert Gallagher talks about leaving a positive impression on a community


Common ground

Imperial Metals Corp. chairman Pierre Lebel builds relationships with First Nations communities.


The magic of mergers

Suncor Vice-President and Controller Jolienne Guillemaud talks about the personal and professional impact of her experiences with massive mergers.


Big bets on the bottom-line

Jamie Sokalsky, CEO of Barrick Gold, discusses shifts in investor thinking and how the gold industry is responding.


Transforming resources into prosperity

Jennifer Maki, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice-President of mining giant Vale Canada Ltd. reflects on the importance of sustainability to the company’s business model.


Mining where others fear to tread

Ronald Thiessen’s simple recipe for junior-mining growth: When a bigger rival loses interest in a property, it might be time to strike.

Other articles of interest

All things being equal

Jennifer Reynolds of Women in Capital Markets offers practical solutions for bringing gender parity to the boardroom and the executive suite.

Fuelling Tomorrow

Economic geologist Scott Tinker calls for an orderly and gradual shift to renewable energy, with cities playing a central role.

Sealing the deal

Bruce Archibald and Carolina Giliberti are transforming the Canadian Food Inspection Agency into an outcomes-based organization for a rapidly changing world


The upside of down

Companies can use today’s sluggish economy to their advantage by adopting a deliberate cost-focused mindset that will help them thrive in good times and bad

Risky business

Expanding overseas means gaining access to fresh markets – and exposing your business to new and complex financial hazards. Here’s what executives need to know

All aboard

For companies, better decision making is just one potential benefit of a diverse board that includes more female directors

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