Wellspring Calgary

Randy O’Dell House Anna Guy It was a tour and then a phone call she says she will always remember. When Patti Morris, Executive Director of Wellspring Canada, was in the midst of searching for funding for a new center for non-medical support for cancer patients and their families, she had the [...]


ROHL Global Networks

Connecting Tomorrow Today Since the establishment of the ROHL Group of Companies in 1967, ROHL has grown from a small family company into a leading multi-national telecommunication firm. Business Elite Canada spoke with Jason Rohl, President of ROHL Global Networks, about how the company has become a leader in North America for [...]



Electrical Solutions that Meet Your Needs For more than 40 years, Quebec-based EEGT has supplied the Industrial, Commercial, Heavy Residential, and Institutional markets with the innovative electrical services they need to propel their business. Business Elite Canada wanted to see what it is behind the four decades of success in a sector [...]


Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORGCA)

By Anna Guy Underground infrastructure—everything from cable, line, pipe, conduit or structure used to gather, store or convey products or services beneath the ground surface—keep Ontario homes and businesses supplied with warmth, power, communications, computer data and water. Preservation of this infrastructure is paramount and the mission of the ORGCA, the Ontario [...]


LiUNA opens 506 Training Centre

On November 12, 2019, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti joined Joseph Mancinelli, International Vice President and Regional Manager for Central and Eastern Canada of the Laborers' International Union of North America (LiUNA), for the official opening of the new, state-of-the-art LiUNA training centre. The $19 million training centre [...]


International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers — IBEW

By Anna Guy Before the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers—IBEW—was formed in 1891, one out four electrical workers lost their lives doing their jobs. The marvel of electricity was new, and it was hard to keep up with the demand for electrical workers as more and more people sought to bring electricity [...]


GKC Architects

Celebrating the Best of Canadian Architecture As GKC Architects, the mid-size architectural practice specializing in high-end commercial, industrial and retail projects across Canada, celebrates 60 years of practise, the time is right to reflect on its contributions to the Quebec architectural landscape. For a company to have a single “first” on its [...]


Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU)

Interview with Director Arlene Dunn By Anna Guy “To turn out the safest, most proficient, productive skilled trades people in the world.” The Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) mandate has remained unwavered in over 50 years. If CBTU members want the public to know one thing about them, its that they will [...]


The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA)

Celebrating the past, embracing the future the Vancouver Regional Construction Association turns 90! The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) – the largest regional construction association in British Columbia – is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. Established in 1929, the association is the fifth-largest construction association in Canada and serves more than [...]


Pitt Meadows Plumbing & Mechanical Systems

40 Years of Innovation in Mechanical Contracting By Anna Guy Pitt Meadows Plumbing (PMP) is as synonymous with community and family values as it is for decades of innovative mechanical contracting. A reputation like this doesn’t grow overnight, rather it develops over years of consistency and treating both clients and employees right. What started [...]