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Mountain Equipment Co-op CEO David Labistour

MEC's David Labistour takes off for the water

For Mountain Equipment Co-op CEO David Labistour, kiteboarding is his ticket to travel

Graham Lee

How Graham Lee is giving UBC entrepreneurs an edge

Fewer than one in 10 grads give back to their alma mater. Graham Lee, UBC Sauder grad, aims to change that–and strengthen B.C.’s entrepreneurial culture in the process


A home away from home for UBC alumni

UBC takes alumni engagement to the next level with a “home for life” for its grads, faculty and staff: the one-of-a-kind, $18.5-million Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre

UBC Main Mall

How UBC is building alumni engagement

How B.C.’s largest post-secondary institution is connecting with its alumni–and how that translates to the bottom line

Miner to missionary: The Ross Beaty story

Ross Beaty was one of mining’s giants before taking a green turn eight years ago to become the face of B.C.’s alternative energy sector. He’s finding both his new industry–and his controversial new message for a “no-growth” way of life–a tough sell

What to put on your business agenda in September

Things to do and read this month to nourish the corporate mind and soul

Mike de Jong | B.C. Finance Minister

B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong speaks out on real estate and re-election

De Jong discusses our crazy real estate market, why he doesn’t email and what a re-elected Liberal government would do

Chief Ian Campbell | Squamish First Nation

Squamish First Nation Chief Ian Campbell on his ambitious plans

The hereditary chief discusses avoiding courts and building a new relationship with industry and government

Photos: Dîner en Blanc Vancouver 2016

This year's event attracts a sold-out crowd of 6,000 guests


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