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WBE Canada – Supply Chain Innovation Conference

The Rise and Growth of The Woman Entrepreneur Canadian women-owned businesses are on the cusp of something great. We’re seeing an increased number of women starting their entrepreneurial journey or taking their businesses to the next level. This continuing rise in women-owned businesses, in numbers, size and industry categories, has brought along [...]


MHI Canada Aerospace

Moving the World Forward Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc. (MHICA), a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, is a Tier 1 manufacturer of major aircraft structures and assemblies. MHICA’s facilities include a state-of-the-art manufacture and assembly facility and a supply chain and logistics centre where more than 850 highly-skilled [...]


Flair Airlines

Making Air Travel Affordable, Desirable, and Accessible By Anna Guy For over a decade, Canadians could only dream of low air fair enjoyed in other parts of the world. Flair Airlines is changing that. The growth of Ultra-Low-Cost Carriers (ULCC) is one of the most significant changes in the global airline industry. [...]


Société de développement de la Baie-James (SDBJ)

In 1971, when the James Bay Region Development Act was adopted, the Société de développement de la Baie-James (SDBJ) was established to develop the region’s full economic potential and enable its people to enjoy the benefits of this development. The SDBJ, which falls under the responsibility of the Minister of Energy and [...]


Vancouver International Airport (YVR) – Pier D

Bringing Infrastructural and Economic Growth To BC YVR Celebrates Major Construction Milestone of International Terminal Expansion. Set to open in 2020, expansion further enhances YVR's position as a world-class connecting hub. With nearly 100,000 travellers using the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) every day, YVR is the largest building in B.C. and the [...]


CN Celebrates 100 Years

This year marks the 100th anniversary of CN—Canada’s largest railway. Created by an Act of Parliament in Canada on June 6, 1919, CN has since contributed continuously to Canada’s economy and prosperity. From a Federal Crown Corporation for 75 years to its privatization in 1995, CN is the railway that uniquely spans [...]


SWCRR Project

Calgary’s Massive P3 Project By Anna Guy Since the spring of 2017, Heavy Construction has been underway on the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR), the high standard freeway that will provide a critical north-south freeway connector at the west end of the City of Calgary between Highway 8 (or Glenmore Trail) and [...]


Winnipeg Airport Services Corp. (WASCO)

  Creating Safety Culture in Canada's Northern Airports By Anna Guy To those who frequent airports in Canada’s north, it comes at no surprise that geography, climate, isolation, and limited infrastructure funding combines to create extreme operational conditions. And those who live in these northern and remote communities know better than anyone how critical [...]


Gigg Express

  In the Driver's Seat   By Anna Guy Wayne VanderKlei, Operations and General Manager of Gigg Express Inc. knew the company was doing well, but he and the team were still surprised when they got a call saying they made the Profit 500 list for Canada’s fastest-growing companies. For 29 years, the PROFIT [...]


Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)

Improving Canada's Transportation and Mobility By Anna Guy The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) is a not-for-profit, national technical association that focuses on road and highway infrastructure and urban transportation with over 500 corporate members in all levels of government, private sector companies, academic institutions, and other associations. When TAC was founded in 1914—yes, [...]

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