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Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel Rehabilitation Project

Making it Last By Heather Romito For more than 50 years, the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine bridge-tunnel has been an important part of Montreal’s busy infrastructure. In that time, it has served the geography well but has seen some inevitable wear and tear. The Québec Ministry of Transportation is taking on the daunting task [...]

2021-02-10T00:06:35+00:00

Executive Profile – Ron Foxcroft

They Don’t Call Him ‘Mr. Hamilton’ for Nothing By Heather Romito For most people who know Ron Foxcroft, it wouldn’t surprise them to learn that he began his entrepreneurial pursuits in high school. However, it might surprise them to learn that he was expelled for those pursuits. Today, Foxcroft is a globally [...]

2021-02-10T00:10:15+00:00

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport

Celebrating Amazon and 80 Years By Heather Romito In October 2020, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (Hamilton International) celebrated its 80th year of operation. Hamilton International is owned by the City of Hamilton and managed under an agreement by TradePort International Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of industry-leading investor, developer and [...]

2021-02-10T00:15:33+00:00

TECHNATION

Bringing Technology, Government and Business Together for Canada’s Prosperity By Heather Romito If there’s one thing that 2020 has reinforced, it’s the importance of the technology sector to the country’s economy. Recognizing this well before the pandemic, TECHNATION, a membership-driven, not-for-profit association, has made it their mission to shine a spotlight on [...]

2021-02-10T00:19:03+00:00

eShipper

From Niche Logistics to eCommerce for Everyone By Heather Romito Think back to the early days of online services offerings. A company either had something unique to contribute to the marketplace, or their e-bubble burst fast and unceremoniously. It’s safe to say that Riz Kermalli, founder and CEO of eShipper, had something [...]

2021-02-10T00:22:25+00:00

Edmonton Public Library – Revitalized Stanley A. Milner Library

The Future of the Community Library By Heather Romito While the Dewey Decimal System may be online rather than in a card catalogue these days, one thing that hasn’t changed is the importance of libraries as a place for communities to come together. Recognizing this, the Edmonton Public Library (EPL) decided to [...]

2021-02-10T00:28:52+00:00

Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal (SHDM) – Îlot Balmoral Project

A Creative Incubator in Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles By Heather Romito A joint effort between The Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal (SHDM) and Montréal architect firm, Provencher_Roy, has resulted in the visually stunning and sustainable Îlot Balmoral Building. Located in the heart of Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles, the Balmoral represents [...]

2021-02-10T00:30:29+00:00

Western Retail Lumber Association (WRLA)

Building Up Western Canada’s Lumber and Building Supply Industry By Heather Romito Last year, the Western Retail Lumber Association (WRLA) celebrated their 130-year history as a catalyst for collaboration in the Western Canadian lumber and building supply industry. While 2020 may not have been the best year for face-to-face relationship-building, Liz Kovach, [...]

2021-02-10T00:32:51+00:00

Construction Association of Rural Manitoba (CARM)

By Dave Carpenter For over a century, CARM has unified the voice of the rural Manitoba construction industry. Located in Brandon, Manitoba, the Construction Association of Rural Manitoba provides services and representation to its members while acting as a liaison between members, consumers of construction services and other interested groups. "We advocate [...]

2020-11-29T23:48:33+00:00

District of Lake Country

By Dave Carpenter With three large water bodies within its boundaries: Okanagan Lake, Wood Lake and Kalamalka Lake, it’s no surprise where the District of Lake Country got its name. At the north end of Kelowna, the District of Lake Country has a lot going for it right out of the gates: [...]

2020-11-29T23:44:23+00:00
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