The Lists

Jun 19, 2019
The 2019 Top 100 All-Stars: Telus Corp.
Nick Rockel

We know, we know—you want an update from Telus Corp. on the delicate situation with Huawei Technologies Co., its key supplier for next-generation 5G wireless. But first, let’s hear it for Telus, which again claims the No. 1 spot in the Top 100. As of May 31, the Vancouver-based telecommunications...

Jun 19, 2019
The 2019 Top 100 All-Stars: Finning International
Nick Rockel

It sounds old-fashioned, but Finning International got to be the world’s largest dealer of Caterpillar equipment by building relationships. The company kicked off its global expansion in the 1990s, after moving into Alberta to supply the oil and gas industry. In Chile, president and CEO Scott Thomson notes, Vancouver-based Finning...

Jun 19, 2019
The 2019 Top 100 All-Stars: WorkSafeBC
Felicity Stone

It’s no secret that the leaders of large businesses tend to be men, and those on our list of B.C.’s top 100 companies by revenue are no exception: the number of women CEOs can be counted on one hand. WorkSafeBC, however, has had two: Diana Miles, president and CEO from...

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

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
Nathan Caddell

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 19, 2019
Top 100 2019 Index
Peter Mitham

Rank: 73 Rank: 89 Rank: 82 Rank: 67 Rank: 33 Rank: 64 Rank: 5 Rank: 15 Rank: 13 Rank: 70 Rank: 93 Rank: 57 Rank: 92 Rank: 18 Rank: 52 Rank: 12 Rank: 39 Rank: 40 Rank: 80 Rank: 86 Rank: 25 Rank: 50 Rank: 68 Rank: 88 Rank: 66 Rank: 72 Rank: 91 Rank: 60 Rank: 97 Rank: 74 Rank: 4 Rank: 96 Rank: 10 Rank: 47 Rank: 95 Rank: 32 Rank: 71 Rank: 30 Rank: 14 Rank: 98 Rank: 43 Rank: 7 Rank: 48 Rank: 21 Rank: 59 Rank: 46 Rank 8 Rank: 24 Rank: 3...

Apr 1, 2019
2019 30 Under 30 Winners
By BCBusiness

Look out, guys: for the first time, women dominate our annual tribute to B.C.’s most enterprising young business leaders. From clothiers to tech entrepreneurs to marketing dynamos, the class of 2019 shows that the province’s future is in good hands

Apr 1, 2019
This workplace diversity and inclusion consultant has rapidly built a global clientele
Nick Rockel

Life Story: When Cicely Belle Blain launched her Vancouver-based diversity and inclusion consulting business early last year, it quickly attracted customers, thanks to connections they had made as an activist. Changing attitudes helped, too: “My clients are from so many different...

Apr 1, 2019
She sells sustainable, ethically sourced women’s fashion
Felicity Stone

Sarah Stewart named her Vancouver store, which sells sustainable women’s clothing, after Joan of Arc. “Women are warriors trying to do everything, have the career, friendships, families, and try and make the world a better place,” she says. “So Joan of Arc just really resonated with our brand.”

Dec 3, 2018
Best Cities for Work in B.C. 2019
Andrew Macaulay

In our fifth annual ranking of B.C.’s best cities for work, we have a former No. 1 back in the top spot, a handful of reliable contenders and a lively shakeup of the rest. This year’s list features a retuned methodology, three new indicators and an expanded LIST of 46 communities that adds several challengers

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