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The Lists

Aug 23, 2017
The Top 100 2017: Top 10 Tech + Sciences

Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 12,799,000 2015: 12,502,000 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 2,063,783 2015: 2,117,363 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 888,853 2015: 853,603 Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 815,560 c 2015: 777,198 c Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 468,481 c 2015: 367,707 c Revenue by fiscal year ($000) 2016: 297,942...

Aug 17, 2017
Top 100 2017: B.C.'s biggest companies by revenue
Peter Mitham

British Columbia entered 2016 with confidence and never looked back. The Urban Land Institute’s B.C. chapter helped set the tone with a November 2015 gathering in Vancouver, where speaker Andy Warren of PwC told a crowd of local real estate...

Aug 17, 2017
Top 100 2017: 1 to 50

Workers keep coming to B.C. as the province posted a net increase of almost 62,000 residents in 2016, the biggest percentage gain since 2009. Meanwhile, slower growth in China and many parts of the world let B.C. keep shining brightly in relative terms.

Aug 17, 2017
Top 100 2017: 51 to 100

Workers keep coming to B.C. as the province posted a net increase of almost 62,000 residents in 2016, the biggest percentage gain since 2009. Meanwhile, slower growth in China and many parts of the world let B.C. keep shining brightly in relative terms.

Mar 16, 2017
2017 30 Under 30 Winners

They may be in their 20s, but the talents in our fourth annual ranking are accomplished beyond their years. Beer canner, footwear disruptor, art adviser, concussion scientist, smart candy maker, hydrogen power visionary—they’re changing how this province does business

Mar 16, 2017
Her leadership skills, honed through team sports, helped make a B.C.-based ticket broker one of Canada’s fastest-growing companies
Dee Hon

Life Story: Officially, Robyn Wilson is COO of Venue Kings Ticket Brokers, a seller of tickets for sporting events, concerts and theatre productions across North America. Unofficially, she’s the North Vancouver-based company’s chief everything officer. In October 2010, Wilson had...

Mar 16, 2017
Her wearable device collects valuable data for parents of children with autism
Marcie Good

Life Story: Andrea Palmer grew up in Port Moody and studied mechanical engineering with a minor in commerce at UBC. In her final year, as part of a course for commerce and engineering students, Palmer had to design a business...

Mar 16, 2017
His tech-driven insurance business takes an old-school approach to service
Dee Hon

Life Story: Joshua Krenus took a winding path to becoming an insurance entrepreneur. The Surrey native has been a Junior A hockey goalie, a construction worker for his family’s company and an actor at New York’s Circle in the Square...

Mar 16, 2017
As an agent for Instagram stars, she has signed major brands like Yves Saint Laurent Beauty and La Senza
Marcie Good

Jessica Thomas Cooke started her career as an account executive at a public relations firm in Sydney, Australia. After moving back to Vancouver in July 2013, she kept thinking about a former boss who had started an agency that represented bloggers.

Mar 16, 2017
Using a smartphone camera, his mobile app for arthritis sufferers is a cheaper diagnostic alternative to X-rays and ultrasound
Jacob Parry

Born and raised in Sri Lanka, Shanil Gunasekara moved to Canada in 2011 with a B.Sc. in biomedical engineering from the University of Southern California. As an associate at Lumedica Consultants Inc., a Vancouver-based adviser to medical device developers

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