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Nathan Caddell

Recent Posts on BCBusiness - Page 2

Jun 21, 2019
5 things we learned from the Vancouver Board of Trade's NHL Hot Stove

It depends on your vantage point, of course, but it’s not a stretch to say that two of the more controversial figures in the hockey world were the subject of a Vancouver Board of Trade conference this morning. With the...

Jun 21, 2019
The Vancouver startup making purchasing software sexy

On a Friday afternoon in March, Aman Mann is frantically searching through cabinets in one of the conference rooms at his downtown Vancouver office. “Just looking for a sloth suit,” Mann says as he continues to rummage. Eventually he pulls out...

Jun 21, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: All pipeline edition

Welcome back to another edition of the BCBusiness Report Card. And what an edition it promises to be. There was a lot of news that happened this week. And we wanted to cover whatever is going on in your world...

Jun 19, 2019
Top 100 2019: Winners & Losers

Revenue Change: 329.4%Net Income: $237.9 millioinNet Income Change: 147.3% The largest developer of rental housing in Western Canada had a busy 2018. At home, it bought an eight-storey building currently occupied by the Canada Revenue Agency in Vancouver’s False Creek Flats...

Jun 19, 2019
The 2019 Top 100 All-Stars: West Fraser Timber Co.

Despite having spent a good chunk of his career with Vancouver-based West Fraser Timber Co., Ted Seraphim calls himself a “short-termer.” That’s because after six years in the CEO chair, he’ll be retiring this summer. The man Seraphim succeeded—Henry (Hank) Ketcham, the son of Pete Ketcham, who started the company...

Jun 19, 2019
The 2019 Top 100: This Prince George forestry-services company is making its mark

BID Group made its Top 100 debut last year, at No. 87. The company has proven that wasn’t a fluke. This time around, BID—a turnkey supplier to the wood-processing industry—moves all the way up to 70th. Its 75-percent revenue jump, to $700 million, is the fourth-highest such gain on our...

Jun 17, 2019
Entry Level: A day in the life of Vancouver caterer Jacques Kabuya

Some stories have an obvious starting point. For Jacques Kabuya, there are a few to choose from. It could be at five years old, when he moved from his birthplace of Lusaka, Zambia, to Vancouver with his mother and older...

Jun 14, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Surrey bounces back

We’re sorry, Surrey. Well, maybe that wouldn’t really fit our style. Good for you, Surrey. That’s more appropriate, probably. After all, as far as we’re concerned, the city was able to recover from last week with a combination of hard work and...

Jun 7, 2019
BCBusiness Report Card: Surrey, you can't be serious

Oh hey, we’re back. You didn’t think you could get away with not being judged for a week, did you? As we seek to subjectively (and accurately) grade the happenings of the week that was, please keep in mind that things...

May 31, 2019
BCB Report Card: Jurassic Park(ed) and the shortest strike ever

As much as we try to keep this feature B.C.-focused, there was something outside the province this week that we just couldn’t ignore. You’ll just have to read on. And on and on, because you better believe it’s coming at the...

May 27, 2019
Jody Wilson-Raybould will run for re-election as an independent in Vancouver Granville

“My time in federal politics isn’t over.” Those were Jody Wilson-Raybould’s words as she took the stage at a packed Marpole Neighbourhood House in South Vancouver. The assembled media and community members were on hand to hear the Member of Parliament for Vancouver Granville announce that she would be running for re-election...

May 24, 2019
BCB Report Card: The Incomplete NDP and whining about being rich

Yep, we’re back. Hope you studied, kids; this week’s edition of BCB Report Card is going to pull very few punches. From blueberries to being stuck in traffic, here’s what we thought passed the mark (and what didn’t). Grade: A+ Jody Wilson-Raybould is...

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