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Risk

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

City builder

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

Trust

Making the case for charity

Imagine Canada President and CEO Bruce MacDonald aims to show that giving is its own reward – and that charities themselves are an integral part of the national fabric

Growth

Ship shape

Through increased capital investment, innovative revenue sources and a revamped customer-centred approach, BC Ferries embarks on a new voyage

Technology

Technological revolution

For Liseanne Forand, President, Shared Services Canada, modernizing the federal government’s IT infrastructure comes down to planning well and motivating people

Growth

Mover and shaker

Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig is working to find a solution for Toronto’s transit and traffic shortcomings.

Technology

Prescriptions for an e-healthy nation

Bringing the health-care sector into the 21st century via innovative digital solutions is a daunting challenge. Richard Alvarez is up to the task.

Risk

Healthcare thinks lean

William Osler Health System CEO Matthew Anderson finds management cures for ailing hospitals.

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.

Power Player

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

Columns

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

Mind the gap

To improve private sector productivity and attract global talent to its cities, Canada must boost infrastructure spending

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