Contents | July 2013


The Top 100

For the 24th year in a row, we list B.C.'s biggest companies by revenue and dive deep into the market forces behind the year that was.
by Peter Mitham


Roll Credits

The B.C. film industry is losing work to provinces and countries where production is cheaper. What will it take to settle the score?
by Lucy Hyslop

The Private Business of Public Parks

The private operators of B.C.'s provincial parks are caught between business imperatives and environmental ones.
by Dee Hon

The Beachcombers

Long thought to be a relic of a bygone era, beachcombing is a growth industry again, thanks to one enterprising outsider.
by Marcie Good

Leading a Double Life

The chances that a single career can provide all the hallmarks of a successful and meaningful work life are slim to none, so many professionals are choosing to double up.
by Day Helesic

Living on the Edge

Many entrepreneurs make their mark in the world because their thought processes don't follow predictable paths. But at what point does it become a mental disorder?
by Danny Bradbury

On the Block

Deep in the B.C. wilderness, it's clear why coastal tree planting is for veterans. A day in the life of the forest keepers.
by Jonathan Taggart


TOURISMKilling Their Chances

Tired of lobbying the government, tourism outfitters take bear-hunting into their own hands.
by Andrew Findlay


Bryce Williams defeated Kim Baird twice to become chief of the Tsawwassen First Nation. So what's next for the nation and its economic clout?
by Kristen Hilderman


Vancouver's Velofix mobile bike shop.
by Kate MacLennan

TECHNOLOGYA Tech Scene on the Rise

In the Sea-to-Sky corridor, a nascent tech scene is stirring.
by Jacob Parry

MEDIASecond Rights

When D&M Publishers faced possible bankruptcy, three former employees saw a market opportunity and leapt.
by Kristen Hilderman


ATTRACTING ASIA How B.C. can gain a competitive advantage and grab China's rapidly growing number of tourist dollars.

HOW TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS How to get the most for the business you've worked so hard to build when you sell it.

ASK THE ADVISORY BOARD Robert Fung and Kimberly Hall on finding a condo shop-front and B.C.'s most in-demand jobs.

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