B.C.'s Top 100 Performance Highlights 2011

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B.C.'s Top 100 Performance Highlights 2011: Who earned the most, who lost the most, who grew the most. This is your summary of the biggest movers in B.C. business in the past year. (Return to B.C.'s Top 100 of 2011.)

 

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Biggest Profit Gains (Public Companies)

Rank

Company

%change

Income 2010 ($000)

CEO

1

Methanex Corp.

12,332.5

843 c

Bruce Aitken

2

Taiga Building Products Ltd.

6,139.6

192

Kooi Ong Tong

3

CIBT Education Group Inc.

3,181.2

18 c

Toby Chu

4

Fortuna Silver Mines Inc.

1,775.4

711 c

Simon Ridgway

5

Cardiome Pharma Corp.

1,408.0

2,354

Doug Janzen

6

Taseko Mines Ltd.

1,307.0

10,561

Russell Hallbauer

7

Canfor Pulp Products Inc.

898.4

9,066

Joe Nemeth

8

Amerigo Resources Ltd.

636.9

4,270 c

Klaus Zeitler

9

Goldcorp Inc.

488.0

274,303 c

Chuck Jeannes

10

First Majestic Silver Corp.

472.2

6,310

Keith Neumeyer

 
Biggest Losses (Public Companies)

Rank

Company

Income 2010 ($000)

1

Catalyst Paper Corp.

-396,900

2

SouthGobi Resources Ltd

-116,200

3

Finning International Inc.

-78,373

4

Hanwei Energy Services Corp.

-65,666

5

TimberWest Forest Corp.

-60,200

6

Westport Innovations Inc.

-37,636

7

Tree Island Wire Income Fund

-14,780

8

Ten Peaks Coffee Company Inc.

-12,385

9

Day4 Energy Inc.

-9,750

10

Absolute Software Corp.

-8,154

 
Most Profitable (Public Companies)

Rank

Company

Income as % of Revenue

Revenue 2010
($000)

1

Silver Standard Resources Inc.

308.4

115,617 c

2

Canfor Pulp Products Inc.

102.1

88,643

3

Scorpio Mining Corp.

95.0

34,239

4

Silver Wheaton Corp.

68.5

436,028 c

5

Cardiome Pharma

53.7

66,064

6

Taseko Mines Ltd.

53.4

278,460

7

A&W Revenue Royalties Income Fund

51.4

23,301

8

Callinan Mines Ltd.

51.0

16,592

9

Goldcorp Inc.

41.2

3,913,562 c

10

QLT Inc.

39.2

46,035 c

 
Up-and-Comers: The Next 10

Rank

Company

Status

Revenue 2010 ($000)

%Change

CEO

1

ITC Construction Group

Construction

224,000

-55.9

Peter Rezansoff

2

Westshore Terminals IF

Marine services

223,536

7.6

William Stinson

3

Cloverdale Paint Ltd.

Retail

210,000 e

NA

Wink Vogel

4

Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada

Distribution

210,000

-41.7

Don James

5

Armstrong Hospitality Group

Tourism

200,000 e

NA

Peter Armstrong

6

B.C. Bearing Engineers Ltd.

Distribution

200,000 e

NA

Dermot Strong

7

Nature's Path Foods

Agriculture & food

200,000 e

NA

Aaran Stephens

8

Hardwoods Distribution IF

Distribution

197,655

3.5

Lance Blanco

9

Dueck Auto Group

Retail

197,500

-5.3

Moray Keith

10

OK Tire Stores Inc.

Wholesaling

187,851

-10.4

Greg Sims

 
Biggest Growth (Public Companies)

Rank

Company

%change

Revenue 2010($000)

1

Silver Standard Resources Inc.

1,760.4

115,617 c

2

Canfor Pulp Products Inc. (formerly Canfor Pulp IF)

1,234.2

88,643

3

Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp.

549.3

73,507 c

4

IND DairyTech Ltd.

299.0

37,626

5

Great Basin Gold Ltd.

195.5

99,706

6

Day4 Energy Inc.

177.6

166,689

7

CanWel Building Materials Group Ltd.

152.9

1,032,347

8

Finning International Inc.

133.9

4,641,302

9

Energold Drilling Corp.

130.2

54,592

10

SouthGobi Resources Ltd

121.7

79,800

11

First Majestic Silver Corp.

102.9

120,765

12

Eldorado Gold Corp.

99.1

814,862 c

13

Quadra FNX Mining Ltd.

87.9

986,330 c

14

TimberWest Forest Corp.

78.4

268,100

15

Scorpio Mining Corp.

76.4

34,239

16

International Forest Products Ltd.

60.5

625,618

17

Silver Wheaton Corp.

59.6

436,028 c

18

Endeavour Silver Corp.

53.7

89,100 c

19

Amerigo Resources Ltd.

53.3

156,674 c

20

China Gold International Resources Corp. Ltd.

48.2

137,185 c

21

Methanex Corp.

48.0

2,025,461 c

22

New Gold Inc.

47.8

546,331 c

23

Taseko Mines Ltd.

47.4

278,460

24

Lululemon Athletica inc.

41.7

733,012 c

25

Wall Financial Corp.

37.2

167,558

e=estimate; c=converted from $US at 1.029 (2010) or 1.142 (2009) or euros at 1.366 (2010) or 1.585 (2009)

 



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