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Aug 1, 2005
Christy Clark: Nothing better than politics
Marcie Good

The Clark family lives high enough on Port Moody’s Heritage Mountain that your ears pop repeatedly on the drive up. On these roads, curving around the remnants of recently cleared forest, Whistler-style homes tower over short, steep driveways. Fleets of...

Aug 1, 2005
Brasserie Branding: A Tired Eatery Tarts Up
Tony Wanless

Change is a business battle cry today, and there isn’t a manager alive who isn’t buffeted by the constant baying for transformation. This is especially true in B.C., where our frontier mentality constantly demands the destruction of the old to...

Jul 1, 2005
How to Hit Your Stride into to the Spotlight
Rod Filbrandt

You can’t dodge it – don’t even try. Everyone, at some point in his or her career, will be asked to step up to the mic. Here's how to hit your stride into the spotlight.

Jun 1, 2005
Worst Companies to Work for in B.C.
Ian MacNeill

Walking into the headquarters of 1-800-GOT-JUNK is like stumbling onto the set of The West Wing, NBC’s fly-on-the-wall fantasy about life, love and the pursuit of power in the Oval Office. Like President Josiah Bartlet’s White House, Brian Scudamore’s corporate...

May 2, 2005
On the Line with Darren Entwistle
Lori Bamber

He’s been the CEO of B.C.’s largest company for almost five years, yet in the eyes of both the public and the business community Darren Entwistle remains a mystery, the largely invisible leader of our most visible corporate entity. He’s someone we feel we should know but don’t. Everyone has...

Mar 1, 2005
Profile: David Emerson
By Myles Murchison

I came out of Grande Prairie. I was a hockey player, a street kid. I wanted to be a forester. My brother convinced me to go into pre-dentistry and I hated it. I thought economics sounded like it might have...

Nov 1, 2004
Land Administration in Mine Affected Areas: Land Forces
Derek Moscato

The project is called Land Administration in Mine Affected Areasç—LAMAA. And it’s an example of how international aid—in this case delivered via two companies from B.C.—may make a difference to a struggling nation. It is May 10, 2003. Ian Lloyd, a...

Jul 1, 2004
Agesim: Over the Hill
David Leidl

More and more older Canadians are contending for jobs in a youth-oriented society that, ironically, we greying boomers created. For the most part these older hands control the levers and feel secure, ensconced in seemingly rock-solid jobs. But what if luckless you finds yourself over the hill in your late 40s, early 50s or worse, dusty CV in hand, looking for a new anchorage in the face of ageism?

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