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Oct 9, 2008
AG: 2008 Entrepreneurs of the Year
Valerie McTavish

A failed business venture, barely enough money to pay the mortgage, creditors knocking on the door and two young children underfoot – it’s enough to scare the heartiest of entrepreneurs back to a job. For husband-and-wife team John and Lotte...

Oct 9, 2008
2008 Entrepreneur of the Year: Brian Hill
Susan Hollis

These days, Brian Hill doesn’t spend much time on the floor of any of his Aritzia clothing stores, which he leaves in the hands of some 1,131 employees. Rather he’s charging forward with a major expansion, including a number of...

Oct 6, 2008
BizGib: As It's Spoken
Tony Wanless

As a multi-skilled individual with an eye for the bottom line and who collaborates extensively, I'm always open to opportunities. Particularly the opportunity presented by bad jargon. Like the above, which I'm sure most of you have now guessed means, roughly: For money, I'll do anything for anybody. Yes folks...

Oct 6, 2008
2008 Best Companies to Work for in B.C.
D Mdintern2

Most of us like our jobs – after all, we’re free to go elsewhere if we don’t. But how many can say we actually work for the best company in the province? Our annual Best Companies to Work for in...

Oct 1, 2008
Travelling to New Brunswick
John Lee

I’m wilting in the blistering sun on a bather-packed beach in late spring in northeastern New Brunswick, trying to remain cool for the cute, ray-worshipping bikini girl checking me out from her gold-coloured towel. The 28-degree temperature and my jeans-and-dress-shirt...

Sep 19, 2008
Hats On to the Poli's
Tony Wanless

For years, Canada has been sliding comfortably toward absolute economic mediocrity, seemingly incapable of doing more than clipping the coupons of our natural wealth. Some creativity is sorely needed if we are to stop this slide. And this system is topped by the same old politicians who dish out the same...

Sep 15, 2008
Federal Politics: The Scandal Gap
By Tony Wanless

Financial scandals are staples of politics in this country, which rarely sees a good old fashioned sex scandal of British proportions – the recent story about federal minister Maxime Bernier hooking up with a biker chick notwithstanding. Either we don't have much sex, or we don't really care what people do...

Sep 8, 2008
Sic Transit Gloria: Made-in-B.C. Opportunity
By Tony Wanless

Few single- purpose vehicles to move people around. Just mass. If you want to get from here to there, you either walk, drive, take transit to someplace vaguely near where you want to go, or cab it. Similar situations exist in most communities. Take the second option, also the most common.

Sep 5, 2008
Video: 2009 BCBusiness Fashion Shoot
J Bucher

Here is your behind-the-scenes peek at the inaugural BCBusiness fashion shoot, coordinated by art director Cathy Mullaly and assistant art director Ben Oliver, and filmed and edited by digital editor John Bucher. Video: Burnaby's Shakerboarding King Video: William Vince's DTES Audio: Steven Schelling talks fashion Back to article: The BCB Fall Style Guide Photographer: Nick...

Sep 5, 2008
B.C. Style Around the World
Alexandra Barrow

Through unique talent and hard-work, the following designers are just a few who have proven that Vancouver-based labels can grace the world-stage in sophisticated, high-end attire. The bold yet elegant looks of Jason Matlo’s couture-cut, ready-to-wear designs were officially launched when Matlo started his company in 2004, but it took over...

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