Nathan Caddell

Recent Posts on BCBusiness

Jun 2, 2023
Review: BlackBerry movie slyly encapsulates the story of a Canadian tech company's rise and fall

If you haven’t heard of BlackBerry, the film about the rise and fall of Waterloo-based software company Research in Motion (most famous for its BlackBerry smartphone line), you’re likely not alone. Even though it’s earned very good reviews—it currently holds a...

Jun 2, 2023
Block Party: Take a walk down Vancouver's West 6th Avenue

The Vancouver location and head office of AG Dominion Blue takes up a large chunk of the block, and serves as a reminder of what most of Mount Pleasant used to look like. Many of the neighbourhood’s old facades still...

May 26, 2023
Vancouver-based Numinus is on the cutting edge of psychedelic treatment

The exterior of 2555 Commercial Drive looks about as innocuous as a building can look. As you scan the grey facade sandwiched between two financial institutions on a Vancouver block that likely has a story or two to tell, you’d never...

May 23, 2023
After Hours: Spot prawns and Bill Nye are making a big splash this summer

We know, it still feels early, but spot prawn season is right around the corner. With it, the annual Spot Prawn Festival is back at False Creek Fishermen’s Wharf in Vancouver on May 28. The season itself lasts for some...

May 19, 2023
In regard to our Friday, May 19 newsletter

Dear BCBusiness subscribers, On Friday, May 19, our online newsletter included a story about the new CEO of the Business Council of British Columbia. The newsletter included an inappropriate caption under the story, which we sincerely and deeply apologize for. As editor in chief of the magazine, the buck stops with me and I...

May 16, 2023
Can this Vancouver company reinvent watersports?

Brothers Matt, Justin and Gareth Schroenn grew up in the surfing town of Durban, South Africa and were a little disappointed when they came to Vancouver and found a lack of waves. “We started paddleboarding and kayaking, and we love...

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Leader - Winner

Kim Barbero hadn’t heard much about the Mechanical Contractors Association of BC before a friend tipped her off about an opening at the organization. “They said there’s a position that’s been on the market for a bit and it just...

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Change Maker - Runner-up

Early in her career, Megan Lohmann started an organization called LASOE (Let’s All Save Our Environment) in the small Ontario town she grew up in. LASOE would host bake sales and raise money for the World Wildlife Fund. Lohmann was...

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Change Maker - Winner

It’s hard to pin down Amanda Shatzko. You realize you’re about halfway through scrolling down her LinkedIn profile and all the jobs still say “- Present.” Shatzko was born and raised in the Okanagan, where she grew up doing dance and...

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Community Builder - Runner-up

Janel Casey grew up in the rural Nova Scotia town of Digby and its population of around 2,000. “It was easier to be naturally given leadership roles and responsibilities, like coaching sports, teaching something,” she recalls. So it was something of...

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Community Builder - Winner

“Think of a rocket ship,” says Maninder Dhaliwal. “It launches from Cape Canaveral, but going to Mars and going to the moon, there’s a one-degree difference in where the ship is pointed. It ends up in a completely different place.

May 12, 2023
The 2023 Women of the Year Awards: Entrepreneurial Leader - Winner

Karen Dosanjh has undoubtedly grown over the course of her 30-year professional career, but the characteristics that led to her first job are still very much intact. As a huge hockey fan raised in Richmond, Dosanjh had the dream of...

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