Contents | Oct. 2009
Entrepreneur of the Year 2009
It’s our sweet 16 – the 16th annual edition of the Entrepreneur of the Year issue. Meet 29 business innovators who overcame the hard odds in 2009.
by Erin Millar
It’s a tough job market for anyone. But for immigrants preyed upon by shady consultants, the situation is tragic.
by Peter Severinson
Next February’s Olympic Games will be the biggest event in B.C. history. We pull back the curtain to find out who’s making it happen.
What's Love Got to Do With It?
by David Jordan
Brian Harris's improbable journey from tech titan to brewing baron.
by Dawn Paley
Could a U.S. crackdown on tax havens turn Vancouver into a global financial centre?
A Passage to India
by Andrew Findlay
It has one of the world's fastest growing economies and is in desperate need of housing. Small wonder Mervyn Pinto is beating a path to India.
Trials and Tribulations
by David Baines
The Law Society of B.C. has been plagued by scandals for decades. Will new leadership be enough to save it?
Inquiring Minds: When Have You Lied at Work?
Need to Know: How to Barter the Best Severance Package
Game Plan: The Accidental Innovator: Sometimes you have to create a market
by Tony Wanless
Real Life: Wheels of Fortune: How Bob Rennie got his bike on
by Bob Rennie
Big Ideas: Hunt for the Green Economy: We love it, we say, but what is it?
by Jock Finlayson
Tech Talk: Enough Subsidies: B.C. is smothering its tech sector
by Brent Holliday
Complaints Department: Spare the Change: Why did Archie get married?
by Steve Burgess